When I visited Lasham Gliding Club I asked for a tour round the Gliding Heritage Centre, which has a stunning collection of historical and older gliders, many of which have been beautifully restore to flying condition. This glider wing was stored upright rather than rigged on the glider.
It’s rare to see anything of an eclipse this far north so I made the best of it. The temperature plot from my weather station clearly shows the temperature drop. This image shows the shadow of my colander and every round hole demonstrates an crescent-shaped shadow on one of my bins. Magic!
Corston Mill was described as ‘semi-derelict’ in the details when it was sold along with a parcel of land. From the photos there it looks to have some potentially very attractive buildings, though I have no idea if they have been renovated. Here there is lovely soft low light giving a sense of recession.