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The challenge this week was to capture any or all of the elements, Earth, Air, Fire and Water. To see which elements have inspired others, click on Weekly Photo Challenge.
I love the textures on these close-up blooms, the soft paperiness of the hibiscus, the contrast between the solid golden centre of the daisy and the fragile white petals, the compactness of the crinkly marigold and the soft feathery fronds … Continue reading
Living only three or four miles from Corfe Castle as we do, it would be impossible not to take the opportunity to respond to the Heritage prompt with a few pictures of a sight that we must pass several times … Continue reading
This week we visited a replica of the World War 1 trenches at Bodelwyddan Castle in North Wales. Very convincing! And probably a great deal less dangerous in construction than the originals, given today’s Health and Safety culture. Nature … Continue reading
There is no place that signifies travel as much to me as South Africa, possibly because my initial visit there marked the first time I’d travelled outside Europe. So even though I visited Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia a few … Continue reading
Those of you who watched the last ever episode of the Broadchurch series this week, will remember the golden earthy cliffs that formed the backdrop at West Bay. Here in Dorset, and a bit further east up the coast, … Continue reading
I went out early one morning last week, hoping that a heavy overnight dew might offer some unique photo opportunities. On the terrace, I took a close up of one of our tulip blooms, coated in dew. It was a … Continue reading
Security – sometimes it’s just a space to call your own… And just to change all those ‘aawws’ to ‘arghs’… here’s a rat who’d found a space to call his own in the electricity/water bourne at our moorings in Dijon… … Continue reading
When we moved into our previous home, one of our first priorities was to remove a row of seven young Eucalyptus trees spaced about every five feet along the border of our not particularly over-sized garden. We’d had Eucalyptus trees … Continue reading
Amazing grace! To see other graceful pictures, click on the Weekly Photo Challenge.