(3 Images). Wandering around the countryside, you often come across bits and pieces which have been lost, then found by some passer-by and draped over a branch or fence – or just left there. There’s something very touching about them as they just sit there till they rot away, and as a photographic subject a bit of a favourite.
So – first one – a small Wellington boot which must have sat on the heath for years but somehow always looks untarnished (this bit of heath used to be a tip). The contrast between the natural autumn colours and the bright red was lovely.
Next – the clouds cooperated here, and a small mitten wrapped around a metal fence.
Finally a toy placed over a branch – before the leaves had grown.
All shots taken for the book market, hope you like them. Have a good break over Easter!