The joy of landscape

This is what lies at the end of the Zone 9 express. Well, you arrive at the Buckinghamshire town of Chesham and walk through its streets around the church, lined with beautiful old houses. And then clamber uphill, past the church and onto the fields above the rooftops.

It was mid-afternoon and the sparse winter light was fading. A light mist cloaked the edges of the Chiltern Hills, softening the photographs. Some delicate editing was needed to respect their muted qualities.

Back in London, the landscape is made of stone. To take a Tube ride and enjoy countryside views was a pleasure – and a rare departure for my camera lens.

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