Posts Tagged: Weekly photo challenge

Traces of the Past: Cornwall’s mining heritage

As I’m not feeling 100% today, a quick post to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. The ruins of a tin mine illustrating Cornwall’s mining heritage, quite solid Traces of the Past. I posted a monochrome version of

Traces of the Past: Cornwall’s mining heritage

As I’m not feeling 100% today, a quick post to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. The ruins of a tin mine illustrating Cornwall’s mining heritage, quite solid Traces of the Past. I posted a monochrome version of

Wanderlust

I have always had Wanderlust…from teenage hiking in North Wales, later Interail travels across Europe, then much more European travel by car and train and a trip to Cuba a decade ago… and most recently I got to see a

Wanderlust

I have always had Wanderlust…from teenage hiking in North Wales, later Interail travels across Europe, then much more European travel by car and train and a trip to Cuba a decade ago… and most recently I got to see a

Shadow

A couple of shadow shots, adding another dimension to the object… Linked to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge – Shadow

Shadow

A couple of shadow shots, adding another dimension to the object… Linked to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge – Shadow

Ambience

I am posting this particular image of a little watercolour because of the photo that Paula posted yesterday – it chimed with me. I wouldn’t say that this picture has exceptional ambience, but to me it does have an ambience…of

Ambience

I am posting this particular image of a little watercolour because of the photo that Paula posted yesterday – it chimed with me. I wouldn’t say that this picture has exceptional ambience, but to me it does have an ambience…of

Chaos in the garden

The other day, I was watching leaves being gathered up….no longer using garden rakes, but blowing them into some kind of position instead. So I got a few images, which I think illustrate chaos reasonably well: More chaos to be

Chaos in the garden

The other day, I was watching leaves being gathered up….no longer using garden rakes, but blowing them into some kind of position instead. So I got a few images, which I think illustrate chaos reasonably well: More chaos to be

Quest

This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is Quest.… My recent Quest has been to create photographs that elicit emotion, tell stories, ask questions. Rather than just taking images that are just records of sights I have seen. Here are some

Quest

This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is Quest.… My recent Quest has been to create photographs that elicit emotion, tell stories, ask questions. Rather than just taking images that are just records of sights I have seen. Here are some

Nocturnal Edge

This isn’t actually nocturnal, it was taken in a cave, part of which had been used as an air raid shelter in the last war…..but I thought it had something of the night about it, to say nothing of edges

Nocturnal Edge

This isn’t actually nocturnal, it was taken in a cave, part of which had been used as an air raid shelter in the last war…..but I thought it had something of the night about it, to say nothing of edges

Mirror

For the Weekly Photo Challenge, I am showing an image of the Castle at Puckler Park, Bad Muskau, reflected in the lake. This photo was taken a decade and a half ago when the castle was in a run down

Mirror

For the Weekly Photo Challenge, I am showing an image of the Castle at Puckler Park, Bad Muskau, reflected in the lake. This photo was taken a decade and a half ago when the castle was in a run down