Posted on February 21, 2020
There are many ‘roads’ like this one around here – access tracks for agricultural equipment. You certainly wouldn’t want to try and get your shiny new roadster along here, or even your flash SUV, probably.
It has been a very wet winter here and the ground is very muddy, which accounts for the almost three-dimensional set of tractor tracks in this image.
Posted on February 14, 2020
Posted on February 10, 2020
When we were house-hunting in France we saw quite a few of what we described as ‘Marie Celeste ‘ properties – houses that seemed to have been frozen in time as their inhabitants just upped and left.
This was one of them. I cannot remember where it was but I do know we didn’t buy it.
Posted on February 7, 2020
I’ve been intrigued by this building ever since I first saw it over ten years ago. It is just outside the boundary of a shopping centre on the outskirts of Limoges.
I have no idea what it is, but the combination of shapes – including a spiral staircase – certainly fits the bill for Cee’s Black & White theme this week of ‘Geometry’.
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Posted on December 28, 2019
Cee’s latest Black & White Photo Challenge looks for some wavy or squiggly lines.
This image was captured about half a mile from our house, just after the first haymaking of the year had seen the grass cut, but not yet baled. Driving past in the car, I couldn’t help but notice the strong (but, crucially, not straight) leading lines in this field. We stopped, I jumped out and took the original photograph with my iPhone 7.
Posted on December 20, 2019
In the village of Rancon there is to be found one of comparatively few remaining ‘Lanternes des Morts’. These were memorials to the dead, quite common in medieval times. In this sense such a Lanterne could be described as a memento mori – thereby meeting the theme of ‘two Ms’ for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.