Originally posted on La Plume Noire Photography:
A couple of weeks ago, I escaped the London city life and travelled to the heart of the British countryside (again). No, I did not go back home. Instead, I went further south and explored the county of Devonshire. A part of England that is famous for scones, topped with jam and clotted cream; aka the Devonshire cream tea. Indeed, during those five days, I drank way too much tea. In fact, I didn’t even miss my freshly grind and brewed coffee. Perhaps that was a new record for me.
Furthermore, I even forgot to take my proper DSLR camera. No, I didn’t forget, I just didn’t take it. Due to my foolishness for not using my professional gear, the quality of the photographs is not great. At times it took longer to edit. But the more I edit, the quality decreased; due to low resolution. So I apologise if you see a lot more pixels.
As a result of this Indian summer heatwave in England, I will be posting more photographs of this divine sunshine. Summer is not yet over for me. So expect more sun, a little architecture and a lot more flowers.