Photos that don't fit the Buick City Complex
Nature from a skewed perspective?
Hmmmm! On Fri, I spent the morning photographing tree tops, bark, majestic branches twisting their arms towards the enigmatic sky... All aspects of trees fascinate me, especially old trees. I love to photograph and paint them. They have their own language; I bet you know that. ;)I turn my camera every which way, too! You will not be able to convince me that is another Virgoan trait, although you have my permission to try.
Sirreene - was I being arty or did I just keel over at the vital moment? You be the judge! Actually I put my knee in a puddle for my toubles.SilvermOOn - Hmmmm indeed! You snapped my snaps! Tree talk is my mother tongue, I knew you knew that. ;-)When I next revise my character assassination list pointed cameras are on there for sure. Don't try to stop me, virgos know best!!
I am in desperate need of a walk like that. I really am.
I watched a programme on TV on Friday evening (I think) about The New Forest. An amazing place. I camped there many years ago (NO Sirreene in a tent camp, OK?). Beautiful, beautiful place.
I don't think a bulldozer could stop you, PV! :) Although, I think your time woud be better spent shooting more intriquing photos or writing more delicious prose than revising that Virgoan list; however, one Virgo suggesting to another could result in a derailment...or decipering the magenta coded brick road.
Not only do I wish I could have walked through the forest with you but also by the shore.I see you and some great pictures too,JJ
Ruk - cool and green and quiet, therapeutic.CJ - yes we see many happy campers arriving in the summer months!SilvermOOn - spoken like a trouper. I should ditch that list and make another but we rely on lists to live don't we? ;-)Off the rails and up the embankment would be scary! Jumping colour-coded Oz wizards!JJ - boy am I lucky to have the trees and the sea and the wildlife, even if I have to walk alone.
I've gotta get my butt out of the house---ride some train up into the Alps and walk around till I find my Heidi Ho'. Thanks for sharing your gallivanting.
Finn - a funicular feast sounds grand! Just the thing to shake off the melancholy and leave it sprawling in (Finnegan's) wake.
Where have I been? I haven't been keeping up with your newest excursions. I love the english countryside and really enjoy your photos. Thanks!
Boulies - I have been getting out and about lately and my camera makes a good travelling companion.
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