First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire - Mostly Halifax . . . Getting to know the place.
Lucy, i am catching up today. Just went back over the last dozen or so photos and they are all great as usual. But, the one that spoke to me the most was the blue under the bridge. Makes me want to know the stories behind all that paint.
love the lighting in this one!
Hello Rita.I feel a little uncomfortable when I show photos of graffiti - after all, they are, in the first place, someone else's work. I don't know who painted this - and the flaking paint suggests it was quite a while ago - so I am with you in wishing I knew more about the artist and the reasons for painting under the bridge.Lucy
Hello Retired One - it was the light which drew me to taking this scene. It can be hard and glaring along the edge of water - and morning rarely has the warmth of evening - so the glow of these colours are precisely why I took this photo.Lucy
I walked past some Alexanders at the seaside, on Wednesday evening, and remarked how the leaves looked very much like Ground Elder!
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