Saturday 5th November 2022
December is when winter really get stuck in, and offers frequent displays of soft, low sun. Despite this photographic bounty, December was a surprisingly low-output month for me; perhaps looking after a 1-year-old child took its toll.
It’s also a time of wrapping up warm when out and about.
The low sun also makes for plenty of interesting shadows and textures.
By December, the colour hasn’t quite left the foliage yet, but it’s getting there – only dried-up oranges and browns remain, and the grass, while still green, is often thin, patchy and muddy.
And of course, December is every child’s favourite time of year: Christmas! Emily was only 1 year old at this point, so she didn’t really understand what was going on, but she certainly enjoyed getting thing ready.
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