Monday, 7 October 2013

GREY STONE IN GABION

October. Autumn. The light is horrid. Non-stop grey. Everything's bright and blurred and indistinct. What a time to resume posts!

It'll take a while to get my eye in. Breaks have an impact. But . . . here we go!

Grey stone in gabion.

Round stone.

8 comments:

Mark and Gaz said...

Love it! Could look good as a print too!

Tim Havenith said...

It's great that you're back :)

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Thanks Mark and Gaz and Tim.

Angie said...

Welcome back! Soft grey, blue, pink - love it.

squirrelbasket said...

My first thought was that it was a grey melon - but that one would certainly break your teeth!
My second thought was where's Gabion? Great to discover a new word I didn't know. So a gabion is one of those metal cages full of stones, eh?
Great to have you back. Happy autumn!

desertskyquilts said...

I like the shadows, though.

Toffeeapple said...

Three good things:

1 you are back

2 great shot

3 new word! Thank you.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Hi Angie. Thanks. Hope things are well with you.

Hello Pat at Squirrelbasket. Such a grey melon . . . no, do not eat! Glad to have introduced you to a new word.

Hello Desertquilts - shadows . . . couldn't do without them! Such pictures can be adjusted so the shadows disappear and more is revealed (in this case, more stones) . . . but everything would become everyday and that would be Boring.

Thanks Toffeeapple - what a kind comment!