Wednesday, 27 April 2016
You know how it is you're on the way home and you can see in the rear view mirror that there's going to be a good sunset although it would be better if there was a bit more cloud but not too much right where can I go to get a good view I know I'll turn off and drive up there hurry the light's going is this the right road maybe I should have turned down the next one OK field gate that'll have to do grab the camera run down the road just looking for some sort of viewpoint light's going quick just click the shutter and pray.
"Copt Oak in Charnwood takes its name from a pollarded oak which stood until 1855 in the corner of the churchyard. It was said to be two thousand years old. Certainly it was the meeting place for the old forest swanimotes and later was a Civil War rallying point. The church and churchyard are merely nineteenth century intrusions on the site." And this particular copt Oak is a mere sapling.
From: Landmark and sacred trees of Leicestershire and Rutland - worth a read.
Nikon D7200 Tamron 17-50mm f9 17mm 1/15 ISO 100