Devon and Cornwall quite famously sit on a massive amount of granite, with the tors of the nearby moorlands made out of outcrops of the hard rock. You will often also come across standing stones on the moors, the plentiful and hard wearing material perhaps fashioned and arranged by ancient hands for ceremonial religious uses, … Continue reading Granite Gatepost, Warbstow
Well, that's increased the followers number and the statistics page bar graphs went to places I've never seen before! Thank you everyone for liking, following and commenting, it is much appreciated and is still humbling to think that people from all over the globe are seeing and enjoying the exact little bits of world I … Continue reading New fans and old
It seems that the abstract rock pictures I last posted were enjoyed so I have more where the scale is not apparent but some combination of line, texture and shape make an appealing composition to me.
I don't always take my camera with me on the daily dog walk. I carried it with me on this morning, even though it was misty, as I had the feeling that some opportunities would present themselves if the mist started clearing. This is the sun breaking through through the mists in one of the … Continue reading Wilsey Woods mist gaps
Most of my photographs are recognisably of somewhere, a place that exists. Most of them have some idea of scale and I do try to make sure that there is something in the shot that gives the viewers something to latch on to and so make it natural to work out. However I do also … Continue reading Beach Abstracts
The Forestry Commission woods at Wilsey is only a couple of miles away and provides a dog walk location when - if the weather is being typically 'energetic' - we don't fancy taking a battering from the wind and rain at the coast. We're fairly high above sea level here so consequently can be shrouded … Continue reading Wilsey Woods
A long time ago a Hawthorn germinated and started to grow on top of a Cornish 'fence', a wall to most of the rest of the world. Long after the fence stopped having to do what it was put there for, the Hawthorn remains, although some of it is creating precarious angles. One day it's … Continue reading Tree on the Wall, Warbstow Bury