This week Nancy has challenged us with the following:
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR THREE…) WITH SOMETHING UNEXPECTED IN THEM.
Meeting this gentleman at sunrise this May day was and unexpected assault on the senses, but a pleasure.
‘Lone Piper’, Arthur’s Stone, Gower, 2019.
This week Debbie has challenged us with the following:
Welcome to One Word Sunday, and over to all of you to join the challenge with your own size post.
Well I tend to play with ‘size’ or ‘scale’ in a lot of my photographic compositions, and quite often ‘size’ is just apparent, so what photo should I use? How about this. . .
‘May day with Arthur’, Arthur’s stone, Gower, 2019.
This week Cee challenges us with the topic ‘Any Kind of House‘.
‘Houses for the Dead’, Arthur’s Stone, 2018.
This weekend GC and SueW have chosen ‘Fences’ as the theme for their challenge.
Well I have to say I found this quite hard, I started questioning what a fence was! How many rails constitutes a fence? More than one? But does two count as a fence if the primary purpose is to stop transition from one are to another, but what if it is just to aid/stop human movement? Can it be made of stone? Or is that always a wall? Oh well I will be asking myself these questions all day now. Needless to say I have not got a picture of some one who buys and sells stolen jewelry to make things easier! And I have quite a few where the gate is the focus, but they do not really show the fence.
Anyway this is what I came up with. . . A 3 photo stitch taken at one of the many ‘Arthur’s stones’ last year.
‘Arthur’s fence’, Dorstone, Hereford, 2018.