Monthly Archives: January 2019
Mystery Visitor (3)
Abstract ‘The Cascade’
During the past two weeks snowdrops have appeared in growing numbers beneath hedgerows, in woodlands and on the verges beside the bridle way. They will be with us for the next few weeks.
What joy these small flowers brings at this time of the year! With remarkable resilience the snowdrop forces its way through frozen earth, through matted ivies, nettles, decaying leaves and fallen branches to produce a carpet of pure white.
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‘Sheep may safely graze’
This picture was taken two days ago – in the mid-January sunshine! It is a quiet pastoral scene but, in about a month’s time these ewes, – together with around 350 of their ‘sisters’ – will be giving birth. It will be a hectic time for farmer Mark and his assistant.
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Abstract pattern ‘Bench marks’
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‘Garden of Eden’
This image was derived from a photograph of a fireball sculpture by Aragorn Dick-Read (http://aragornsstudio.com/Aragorn.htm) I’ve no note of the original title but the subject is clear.
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