Well, not quite. An often photographed collection of fields nr Much Wenlock, Shropshire, appear as the Sun burns through morning mists.

Canon 5d
Canon 70-200 IS L,Canon 2xii Extender at 400mm
1/40th Sec f6.3 iso 100


england, shropshire, much wenlock, fields, sunrise, dawn, mist, paul whittingham


  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillarover 3 years ago

  • ShotsOfLove
    ShotsOfLoveover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous capture Paul:- )

  • Thank you :)

    – Paul Whittingham

  • Sarah Davies
    Sarah Daviesover 3 years ago

    I see too, I think you have done a grand job Much Wenlock looks, well almost like Tuscany :)))

  • It might be as close as I’ll ever get! Thanks Sarah :)

    – Paul Whittingham

  • swaby
    swabyover 3 years ago

    So beautiful with a real sense of peace!

  • Many thanks :)

    – Paul Whittingham

  • stickelsimages
    stickelsimagesover 3 years ago

    Much Wenloch Paul, that brings back memories for me as I worked on a farm one summer in this area 7 million years ago when I was in my 20’s…
    Lovely shot though
    Cheers Lee

  • Thanks Lee, ha ha I can’t recall ‘quite’ that far back, but I doubt much has changed in that time! :)

    – Paul Whittingham

  • Steve  Liptrot
    Steve Liptrotover 3 years ago

    Nice work

  • Cheers Steve.

    – Paul Whittingham

  • David Lewins
    David Lewinsover 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture and framing.

  • Thank you David, much appreciated.

    – Paul Whittingham

  • Þórdis B.
    Þórdis B.over 3 years ago

    Brilliant work!

  • Thank you, very kind of you :)

    – Paul Whittingham

  • ElsieBell
    ElsieBellover 3 years ago

    this just sweeps in such a romantic way :-)

  • Thanks Elsie, there’s something about rolling fields that I can’t resist :o)

    – Paul Whittingham

  • Katrina Freckleton
    Katrina Freckl...over 3 years ago


  • Thank you :)

    – Paul Whittingham

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