Tag Archives: River

View from Llansteffan – #SundayStills: The Great #Outdoors

This week Teri has challenged us with:

As the first half of the year comes to an end, did you experience the great outdoors?

Some of you will have already realised I enjoy getting out into the Great outdoors as much as possible, so a shot from earlier this year, spring equinox, not the best weather, but still getting out there!

‘View from Llansteffan’, Llansteffan Castle, 2019.View from Llansteffan

Ken

Reborn tides and Tidal spirits – Friendly Friday: Ebb and Flow

This Friday, ‘The Snow Melts Somewhere’ and ‘Something to Ponder About’ have challenged us with:

Publish a ‘Friendly Friday – Ebb and Flow,’ post

I have used this photo before, for a different challenge, however I thought I would re-edit it, and thus this image itself takes on a certain ebb and flow as it is reborn.  A tidal river shaped by the ebb and flow of water over the years.

‘Reborn tides’, River Nith, 2018.Reborn tides

I thought I would also add this one, not only because it contains the ebb and flow between life and death, the humans who have been christened, married, have worshipped, and been buried here.  But also the ebb and flow of a religion, the old abbey, the ‘new’ church.

‘Tidal spirits’, Tally abbey, 2019.Tidal spirits

Ken