Summer Loving: guest post from Lincolnshire's very own @jamesmason_photography July 06, 2016 19:19

Ok... so we can't exactly say this summer has been notable for its long, lazy sunny days can we? But there have been some beautiful sunsets over the past couple of weeks and one Lincolnshire Photographer-Lumberjack-Gardener-Explorer has been setting our Instagram feed alight with his gorgeously golden snaps. 

James Mason (@jamesmason_photography) lives in North Lincolnshire and takes some beautiful countryside photos as he travels around. He's a proper dyed in the wool yellowbelly and we were thrilled when he agreed to let us showcase some of his pictures on our blog.

Here then, are our top 5 favourite James Mason sunsets of the past few weeks... (and a cheeky extra one squeezed in at the end which we couldn't resist!)

Sunset over North Kelsey, Lincolnshire. Copyright James Mason photography 2016

Golden, pink and blue after a storm (this one even made the TV!)

 

Summer sunset and cow parsley in Lincolnshire. Copyright James Mason photography 2016

Who can resist cow parsley? 

 

Summer sunset in Lincolnshire. Copyright James Mason photography 2016

Landscape over the Brocklesby estate

 

Summer sunset in Lincolnshire. Copyright James Mason photography 2016

This one was taken at Woodall Spa country park (we used to go on holiday there... don't remember it looking like that!)

 

Sunset over Lincolnshire. Copyright James Mason photography 2016

Hazy sunset looking up to the Wolds.

And finally... check out the chops on this guy. Cute. as. a. frickin. BUTTON.

Benji, you'd better look out because if we find you, we are taking you home. 

James Mason's labrador Benji. Copyright James Mason photography 2016

Thanks James for letting us show your photos in our blog. You capture Lincolnshire summer evenings perfectly!

 

See more of James's work on Instagram @jamesmason_photography

And if the weather isn't as beautiful as this outside, come indoors, light a Wildwood candle, close your eyes and pretend you're walking through Brocklesby woods. It's nearly as good as the real thing.