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Nicely done, and a bit of Stiperstones Noir to boot!
Thank you, Jennifer.
The texture and shadow are beautifully captured. I love the light of this image especially. It’s a beautiful artwork. Thank you, Tish!
Thank you, Amy, for the interesting challenge.
A monochrome beauty, Tish!
Many thanks, A-C.
Love that image Tish. It would make a great poster advertising a scary movie 🙂
I like that notion, Tina 🙂
Wow. Great shot. It’s begging for a book or movie title. Hmm. Possible future theme, somehow? ‘Name this photo!’
Thanks, John. Nice ideas.
What a great image, Tish. 🙂
Thank you, Sylvia.
Thank you, Sherry.
Himself? Great image, Tish! 🙂 🙂
Absolutley, Jo. I thought I’d make a virtue of his walking into my shots 🙂
Methinks I may have seen this as a color photo, but perhaps just something similar. Could be a shot from an episode of “Vera.” 🙂
I absolutely love ‘Vera’. It’s my middle name too. 😅
Nice! We love the show but are unfortunately on season 7, which means only two more to go and 9 has just come out so it may take time to get from the library.
An episode from ‘Vera’, ha! A favourite in the Farrell household. And yes, you’ve probably seen a version of this photo before.
An atmospheric capture, Tish. Haunting!
Thank you, Ju-Lyn.
A lovely edit – the linden path? Hope you are dry, seem to have been very soggy in your region.
ooh almost exactly what I was going to say . . .
It’s Wenlock Edge, though now you mention it, it does look like the Linden Walk. Awful floods in Ironbridge and Ludlow, and some houses flooded in Much Wenlock High Street. But we were unaffected, thankfully. More rain to come this afternoon so the weather people tell us, and more concerns over the state of the Severn and if it will flood even more.
Glad you are OK. If there’s more rain on North Wales then it will all flow down. Hereford and Worcester look badly hit too. All around you!
Thanks for the kind thoughts, Jude. Roads blocked all over the place – even getting in and out of Wolverhampton to see MIL on Sunday was a nightmare – mainly colossal field run-off. At one point we thought we would not get home, both main roads to B’north and Telford closed. Took some nifty back lane diverting, which was also hair-raising.
I can imagine, those lanes are the ones where trees get blown down.
Yep. Lots of trees down or dangling.
Wonderful capture this is 🙂
Thank you, Hammad.
Very spookily done. 🙂
Who is that Shadow Man?!! 🙂
😀 … only The Shadow knows!!!
Despite the obvious bloody cold, I can’t help but look back at my walks in the woods of Normandy. So alike. So peaceful… Asante sana Memsahib. Hope all is well?
PS. A great shot. And sorry about the flood. Glad you’re ok.
Thanks, Brian. Yes, we’re very lucky. Some people in the town woke in the small hours to their living rooms full of mud and water, and likewise their cars parked out on the street. A harrowing experience all round. It can take a year at least for flooded properties to dry out. And now it looks as though there will be house insurance problems for many people i.e. they won’t be eligible.
As usual Insurance companies look for every loophole not to pay. Grrrrr.
Great silhouette black and white.
Image works so well in monochrome.
Thanks, Sally. I’m in monochrome mode at the moment. Must be all the rain 🙂