This Friday, Something to Ponder About and The Snow Melts Somewhere have challenged us with:
This week on Friendly Friday I am asking you to join in and create a post sharing your interpretation of the prompt : –
Well I had a fair few photos where I had taken pictures from the ground looking up, in the case of some megaliths I was often lying on the ground looking up. However I happened up this photo I had taken and thought it was an interesting slant on the brief. What better instrument to use when tasked with the challenge of looking up!
‘Use me’, The Kymin, 2014.
This week Amy challenges us with:
Our photo challenge for this week is landscapes. As I was going through hundreds of my archived landscape photos, they brought back many fond memories.
Well it is fair to say that the majority of my photos probably fit into the theme of Landscapes, so where to start looking?
It snowed this week, and we went for a walk up towards the ridge-way. So here is a panoramic landscape, . A recently formed memory.
‘Dusted’, Brynna, S.Wales, 2019.
A photo from our visit to Dartmoor in June last year, a memory from the not to distant past.
‘Grey Wethers Landscape’, Grey Wethers Stone Circle, Dartmoor, 2018.
And finally a memory fading to the past, a view over Monmouth from the Kymin.
‘Kymin view’, The Kymin, Monmouthshire, 2014.