With a run of mostly dry days this week, I have been unashamedly obsessed with the wonderful light at either end of the day.
First, there is the magical morning light, which seeps into the sky low and late, creating dramatic silhouettes of teasel and Verbena bonariensis seedheads.
I love the strong contrasts at this time of year between bright sun and dark shadows.
Even the seedheads of the Verbascum chaixi Album, which are a dull matt brown in the light of day, have a magical quality to them in silhouette.
Every clear day brings a different view; what beautiful displays this season puts on.