Beside the bridleway

The bridleway stretches for almost one mile, fringed on both sides, at this time, by cow parsley throughout its entire length.  I am not a great lover of cow parsley, but I am attracted by the ‘architecture’ of the growth beneath the canopy of white florets.

I have chosen to lightly posterize this image to draw attention to the pattern, lines and textures rather than present a straight photo of cow parsley.

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2 responses to “Beside the bridleway

  1. I’m envious, would love to take a stroll down this path. I love your phrase,
    “fringed on both sides”, because in fact, it is. The “architecture” is indeed present as well:) All in how we choose to see…

    • Thanks Elena. Yes, we are lucky. I would think well over a half of my photos originate either from the bridleway and the neighbouring fields or from my garden. And yes, much depends on how we choose to see. My world is filtered through patterns and textures.

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