Monthly Archives: May 2019

Around the garden yesterday

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Abstract in black and white

 

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The ‘Eureka!’ moment.

The moment of realization; the breakthrough; the solution; the  flash of perception.

 

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Rampant Cow Parsley

The bridleway stretches for almost one mile, fringed on both sides, at this time, by rampant 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

 

 

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‘What light through yonder window breaks?’


This image is a development of early morning sunlight highlighting reflections and textures

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Just passing by!

These photos were taken from the passenger seat of a car while travelling on the A508, using the camera on my smartphone.

 

 

 

 

 

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Cascade Abstract Series (5) and (6)

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For an introduction to the Cascade Abstracts see https://lagill6.wordpress.com/2019/04/10/cascade-abstracts-1-and-2/

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