Posted on November 10, 2017
Early morning mist on the river Vienne at Chabanais (which thoughtfully also provided the inspiration for an earlier post in this weekly challenge)
Posted on October 20, 2017
As the early morning mist starts to lift from the Vienne river at Chabanais, the bridge in the distance beyond the weir becomes visible.
Posted on May 11, 2017
Posted on February 23, 2017
“A harmonious, pleasing combination” – the old stonework of the Pont Vieux that crosses the Vienne river as it flows through the town of Confolens on a calm, sunny day.
And what could be a better match than a reflection – especially when even the tall trees in the background echo the reflection in the water of the lamp post in the middle of the bridge?
Posted on August 29, 2016
Very happy to see that reflections is the new topic for the 52 Weeks Photo Challenge. That’s much more like it – one of my favourite subjects, in fact.
This is an image of the River Vienne as it runs through Confolens. The water is calm at this point, just upstream from the weir
Posted on December 10, 2015
To be honest, finding ‘ready-made’ images that occupy two-thirds of the picture was a bit of a challenge. That probably just goes to show that I am (or was) too wedded to sticking the subject in the middle of the photograph as a matter of course. Still, a bit of creative cropping did the job.
This week, I have three pairs of similar images illustrating the 2/3rds theme (hover over the image and caption for a fuller description).
To begin with, a couple of archways:
And here are two water-based scenes:
And finally (appropriately) two sunsets:
Posted on April 11, 2015