Monthly Archives: June 2016

Weekly photograph challenge: Stillness

For a split second the drips of rainwater held their breath. Stillness reigned. Then… Advertisements

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Weekly Photography Challenge: Curve

Any unbroken curve is graceful. If it’s not graceful it can’t be a curve.  This curve linking the banks of the River Severn in Shropshire is reputed to be the oldest cast iron bridge, built in 1779, designed by Abraham … Continue reading

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Weekly Photograph Challenge: Pure

Pure is when every instrument in the orchestra is giving maximum output. To see more Photograph Chalenges go to WordPress Weekly Photograph Challenge

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The Lure of Trees 5

A recent colour pencil drawing of a stand of beech in deep shade on Breedon Hill above Eckington Worcestershire

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Weekly Photograph Challenge: Numbers

Photograph taken in Wyre Forest Worcestershire, 26 square miles of managed and unmanaged woodland. These trees recently felled and numbered. I have no idea what the numbers represent; length, weight, destination or numbers for the lottery next weekend. Who knows. … Continue reading

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