London’s Late Summer Light Over Wimbledon Common

It’s obvious that the sun is beginning to set a bit earlier these late summer days.

Walking home in the evening, the sun casts long black shadows across patches of sun on the pavement.

The leaves, backlit by the fading light, glow and you can see every little particle around their edges and the spiderwebs woven in between.

Long rays of light pierce through canopies of tree branches, clusters of leaves.

And everything becomes slightly more majestic.

Pretty soon we will walk home in the dark, pulling scarves and coats off as we walk through the door.

These are the nights to enjoy.

And so I took my camera out for an evening stroll through Wimbledon Common…

…to capture London’s magical late Summer light.

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4 comments on “London’s Late Summer Light Over Wimbledon Common

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