Every year in May the bluebells make an appearance in Newton Wood, under the shadow of Roseberry Topping. There is often only a very small window to catch them at their best and the location is something of a honeypot for local photographers, in fact it seems to be growing more popular every year now. Understandably when you see how beautiful this scene can look in the right conditions. But there in lies the catch, getting the right conditions if often tougher than you might think, and I don’t think I have found the ideal light yet. However on this occasion, after the sun had gone down the sky lit up with a fiery red colour, which I was grateful to be able to capture. The row of other togs around me were too, and we had good times just standing watching it unfold.