Category Archives: Landscape

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #100 x The Long and Winding Road

Thinking of long and winding roads I have travelled, both literally and metaphorically…But for this post, just the real roads travelled. So here are just a few roads I have enjoyed driving on, or being driven on, or walked on.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #100 x The Long and Winding Road

Thinking of long and winding roads I have travelled, both literally and metaphorically…But for this post, just the real roads travelled. So here are just a few roads I have enjoyed driving on, or being driven on, or walked on.

Patchwork

No apologies for showing these images of the lentil fields on the Piano Grande in Umbria again…as soon as  I saw them, I thought patchwork Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here  

Patchwork

No apologies for showing these images of the lentil fields on the Piano Grande in Umbria again…as soon as  I saw them, I thought patchwork Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here  

What I Saw (17) – Different Shades of Green(2)

I showed some different shades of green in What I Saw (12), so here are some more, quite delightful I thought:

What I Saw (17) – Different Shades of Green(2)

I showed some different shades of green in What I Saw (12), so here are some more, quite delightful I thought:

Top of the Pass – SquareTops 20

Another one from the archives, this time a mountain pass in the Vercors, France. I remember the vertiginous drops from those twisty, windy roads! Linked to April Squares at Becky’s here

Top of the Pass – SquareTops 20

Another one from the archives, this time a mountain pass in the Vercors, France. I remember the vertiginous drops from those twisty, windy roads! Linked to April Squares at Becky’s here

Patterns!

Belatedly, I am entering into the spirit of things with Jude’s Photo Challenge. In each of these cases, I got in close enough to ensure I was focusing on the patterns. I loved the patterns of tiles on the facades

Patterns!

Belatedly, I am entering into the spirit of things with Jude’s Photo Challenge. In each of these cases, I got in close enough to ensure I was focusing on the patterns. I loved the patterns of tiles on the facades