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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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The Lure of Trees 2

The Lure of Trees 2, colour pencil Five Oaks at Bushley on a bluff over-looking the River Severn. Worcestershire, later summer from another POV. Isolation bestows a family status. They gather for protection, company and to witness the cycle of … Continue reading

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The Lure of Trees

I’ve been away recently, away from communication though some large part of my absence entailed exploring the coast of New England, north and east, nudging the US/Canadian border in wildest Maine, and lately travelling in a parallel universe tip-toeing afloat … Continue reading


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Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

Three images of a group of five oak trees standing like sentinals on a knowl high above the flood plane of the sluggish River Severn three weeks before the three month Deluge of December January and February. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/weekly-photo-challenge-threes

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Gloucester Dock, hosted the Tall Ships last weekend. Beside the lock offering access to the upper reaches of the River Severn is Lock Warehouse (Alexander’s) built in 1834 for Messrs J & C Sturge, corn merchants, as it was in … Continue reading

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