Tag Archives: silhouettes

An April Evening


April 18, 2020 · 7:00 am

After the big bang!



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‘Watching and waiting’



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PM’s Question Time!

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October 3, 2019 · 8:00 am

Abstract ‘Next!’

Derived from sunlight on water.


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Quiet evening stroll


July 20, 2018 · 8:00 am

Decision time

It’s migration time and the local church tower seems to be a meeting point for a large flock of birds  –  the picture shows only a few.  Perhaps they are checking their orientation?  Or maybe seeking Divine guidance!  We wish them a safe journey




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The falling out

The figures have been reduced to minimalist proportions but the silhouette of the figure on the extreme left suggests there has probably been some altercation!  The contrasting moods are interesting.


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Cow parsley (anthriscus sylvestris) bordering the buttercup field

This image is a study in monochrome, silhouettes and textures.

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November morning

Yesterday morning we experienced the first extensive autumn fog of the year.

In the sheep field the trees took on a spectral appearance.

At the local reservoir the mirror-like water and shroud of fog melted into a seamless infinity.

The fruit tree at the bottom of the garden struggled valiantly to make its presence known.


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Sea mist

At 11am it was a bright sunny morning on Camber Sands.  Parents and children were at play  –  balls were being hit, frisbees tossed, sand castles were being built.  Then, very suddenly, the scene was lost as a blanket of dense sea mist blew in, quite rapidly.  All sound seemed stifled.  Visibility was reduced to 40 or 50 metres.

After 15 or so minutes the mist lifted, almost as quickly as it had arrived.  As it dispersed silhouettes of figures emerged, at first as vague shapes and then in clearer form.


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