Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Old pleasures, new patterns

There is nothing that cheers me up quite so much as a jaunt! If I don't let the daily call of work and duty squash my spirit, I slip away and play. It might be a short walk in the countryside, a visit to a favourite gallery or a drive to a place I have wanted to explore. I like to go alone, take my lunch and my camera and potter, letting the road and chance lead the way.
Here are a few of my photographs from recent forays:

Flooded fields


A close up of a delicately painted stained glass window- an Angel's wing..

Briony stalks




Old Telephone box in deserted hospital grounds


Colour or Black and White?



Misty or richly coloured ?

And finally...


It's a rather odd mixture maybe but they make me happy.


9 comments:

  1. Forays that have resulted in some brilliant photos ... M x

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    1. Thank you, I've had some happy days. Jane xx

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  2. Lovely and evocative images. I think this time of ear we need movement and stimulation from nature, wonderful set of pictures chosen here. How exquisite is that angel's wing? x

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  3. I my opinion, black & white and richly coloured but I'm sure it's a personal thing. Lovely photos!

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  4. Oh that lovely angel wing, not to mention that little sweetheart in the last shot!
    I love to 'tag along' as you discover nifty sights like these (albeit the flooded fields was so sad! Mother Nature has not been kind yet again!)
    All the best,

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  5. Good for you Jane. We should all take time for ourselves and do something like that - regularly! This is a lovely set of pictures. The angel wing and the little horse are particularly sweet.
    Diane

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  6. I love that kind of jaunt myself and I love your photos too. Somehow I never get those kind of shots when I'm in company; you have to let your imagination flow unimpeded. Keep on Jauntin'

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  7. Just what I love to do - you've given me itchy feet!

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  8. What a wonderful stained glass window. It appears to have texture and depth as well as the most beautiful colours.

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