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526 views, 4 favourites, 18 April 2013
Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR AS WE MISSED IT! on 1 October 2012 and runner up in the DECEMBER WEATHER CHALLENGE on 6 January 2013
A tree growing on the lawn in front of the farmhouse in New Moor Farm near the village of Southminster in Essex on a cold and frosty morning. This farm was the subject of a programme in the television series “Escape to the Country” . My fingers were freezing, while I was taking pictures, so much so that I accidentally modified the settings on my camera (too many whistles and bells!), so was very cross to find that it was saving the images as small instead of large! I do not know the identity of that awesome tree growing on the lawn in front of the farmhouse by the gate leading to the fields. If anyone can give me a positive ID, I would be most grateful. A horse chestnut has been suggested so far.
Camera details:- Canon PowerShot S3 IS on Auto.


My life is divided between teaching Music and Photography. The instruments I play are organ, piano, clarinet and saxophone. I taught German and Spanish before my retirement, but since I got my digital camera no longer have time for them!

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  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynabout 3 years ago

    VERY LOVE !!!

  • Thank you, Guendalyn.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Ellanita
    Ellanitaabout 3 years ago

    Sooo lovely !!!

  • Thank you, Ellanita.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1about 3 years ago

    Beautiful capture~love the old tree!

  • Thank you, Cheryl.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • virginian
    virginianabout 3 years ago

    Great shot of a beautiful place.

  • Thank you, Judy.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • branko stanic
    branko stanicabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful view…

  • Thank you, Branko.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Rachel Williams
    Rachel Williamsabout 3 years ago

    This is so pretty and serene. I would love to see it up close. Well captured.

  • Thank you, Rachel. If I had not accidentally altered the settings (still not sure how that happened), I could have enlarged the pictures, but there would not be enough pixels for that, I’m afraid.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsabout 3 years ago

    Great scene, and boy have I been down that path, accidentally muffing up the settings!

  • Thank you, Pamela. As a result I automatically choose the default settings before going on a photoshoot. I have no particular preferences, so that works out best for me on my main camera (still not got the hang of the new one yet!), and if I accidentally press any buttons, I return the settings to default before taking any more shots. When I – eventually – get the hang of the new camera, I might alter the settings on it, but keep them at default for my main one. The new camera has twice as many megapixels as Old Faithful, but the latter is better for flower photography and flowers are my main interest. Its main (perhaps its only) virtue is that it fits in my handbag

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture Kathryn

  • Thank you, Larry.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Gabrielle  Lees
    Gabrielle Leesalmost 3 years ago

    Love that gate! I’ve seen it on that show on TV! Escape to the Country! Such a lovely rural scene.

    Gabe :)

  • Thank you, Gabe. You have taught me something that I did not know there!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Ralph de Zilva
    Ralph de Zilvaalmost 3 years ago

    Your countryside is really beautiful. Wonderful capture Kathryn.

  • Thank you, Ralph.

    – BlueMoonRose

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