Antony Spencer

16.07.2013 in14:59 in Landscapes -->


The Somerset Lavender Farm is home to more than 50,000 lavender plants, rows of vibrant bushes spread amongst a 5-acre field. If you come at just the right time (usually June or July), you may be able to capture a photo that looks very similar to an Impressionist painting.

Photographer Antony Spencer, who shot the photo immediately above and below told The Daily Mail, “You have a window of just ten days each year when the lavender is at its best before it’s harvested so it’s a matter of getting up early and getting down to the field before sunrise. The light was absolutely phenomenal and made the lavender look beautiful. As a landscape photographer you only get those kind of moments once a year.”

Especially love the photos of the lavender fields set against dramatic skies.