The tiny, corrugated iron, ‘mission’ church of St. George is in the hamlet of West End, near Esher in Surrey. It was built in 1879 on land given by Queen Victoria so that the poor labourers of the village might be able to worship without the steep, muddy climb into Esher. Despite its temporary nature, the church, which overlooks the cricket green, is currently 134 not out!
Many thanks to my friend, Tony Antoniou, who kindly popped round yesterday to re-calibrate my monitor and at the same time showed me how to get better results from the HDR facility in Photoshop CC. This photo is my first effort using the tool properly. Tony is a talented photographer with a flair for environmental portraits and image manipulation. Do pop over and have a look at his website.
Last weekend I enjoyed one last fungi foray. This time the location was West End woods, near Esher.
I had hoped for some more colourful toadstools but although I found a few red ones, they had all been trampled by previous walkers and their dogs. But I rather like these less showy specimens.
I am travelling at the moment and posting one I prepared earlier. I will catch up with comments etc on my return.