Park Road (old bog road or brick road), Strabane, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Our recent sunsets during summer’s warmth have been utterly breath-taking and I have been out peacefully capturing them every evening. For, as we all know on how fast the weather can change here in Ireland
Yesterday evening I decided to travel to an old giant beech tree in hope of some warm golden sunset light reflecting off its leaves. As a change of composition, I decided on instead of capturing the entire tree in frame to stand directly underneath to let its leafy branches frame the upper part of my scene whilst focusing on this dusty old road which led towards and under the tree.
The sun dipped before gently touching the horizon and sending its golden rays towards me in farewell to the day past. I love capturing these simple moments both in memory & photography