Category Archives: industrial

A few more browns….

This is what quick scroll of my WP images revealed…plenty of brick, some rust, and all sorts …These are from 2014, and the next block 2013 Linked to Life in Colour at Jude’s here

A few more browns….

This is what quick scroll of my WP images revealed…plenty of brick, some rust, and all sorts …These are from 2014, and the next block 2013 Linked to Life in Colour at Jude’s here

On the Cliff-top – SquareTops 28

Here’s an oldie, scanned in from a slide from the mid 1980s…. To Linked to April Squares at Becky’s here

On the Cliff-top – SquareTops 28

Here’s an oldie, scanned in from a slide from the mid 1980s…. To Linked to April Squares at Becky’s here

A Cup of Coffee and a book (11)

The light came streaming through the window, and I thought it almost looked like I was looking into the past… This may turn out to be my most successful image of this series….. Linked to Isolation Project at Jeff Sinon’s

A Cup of Coffee and a book (11)

The light came streaming through the window, and I thought it almost looked like I was looking into the past… This may turn out to be my most successful image of this series….. Linked to Isolation Project at Jeff Sinon’s

A Cup of Coffee and a book (4)

Here goes for Day 4, hope people might be enjoying seeing some of the books, even get ideas for reading (although probably not this one…): The slate pieces I have used in this Still Life are actually from the area

A Cup of Coffee and a book (4)

Here goes for Day 4, hope people might be enjoying seeing some of the books, even get ideas for reading (although probably not this one…): The slate pieces I have used in this Still Life are actually from the area

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a lone figure seen looking down on the factories by the river Wey in Guildford  

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a lone figure seen looking down on the factories by the river Wey in Guildford  

Remains of old whaling station, Harris

This post was prompted by a conversation I had last week at a photographic exhibition I visited. On a trip to the Outer Hebrides a couple of decades ago, we visited the island of Lewis and Harris. On one trip

Remains of old whaling station, Harris

This post was prompted by a conversation I had last week at a photographic exhibition I visited. On a trip to the Outer Hebrides a couple of decades ago, we visited the island of Lewis and Harris. On one trip

One Word Sunday: Chimney

Here’s a very solid chimney at the ruined lead mine of Frongoch near Pontrhydygroes, Ceredigion, mid-Wales as it was in the mid 1980s: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

One Word Sunday: Chimney

Here’s a very solid chimney at the ruined lead mine of Frongoch near Pontrhydygroes, Ceredigion, mid-Wales as it was in the mid 1980s: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here