So after the hearty pub lunch we took a rather long stroll up to the top of the Malvern Hills, one of the oldest hills in the UK.
We parked at the North Quarry and walked up to the beacon, the highest point in the range.
As it’s towards the end of summer a lot of the flowers are going brown and dying off for the browns of Autumn.
The heatwave has killed quite a few things off with this tree being totally barren.
My Mom was of course loving her new camera with its 10x optical zoom and image stabilser she could get good clear shots of things quite far away.
It was a beautiful clear day with nice bright blue skies and fluffy white clouds.
It was pretty bloody cold up the top though and extremely windy, was lovely to be out in the fresh air though with a view to kill for.
The Malvern Hills Range.
I love this, the burst of colour amongst the dying bush, this is not edited.
There was still a few flowers in full bloom.
To end with, the Landscape in HDR.
Brooding skies with the sun breaking through?