Meadow Meringue And Other Textures Townsend Meadow * Windy Winter Dunes at Rhosneigr, Anglesey * Wenlock hedgerows * And one nosy sheep Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Texture Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Love this set, Tish, and the title is spot on. Sorry for the loss of the Queen. She was a class act.
Thanks, Janet. And yes, Her Maj certainly was a class act. Not too sure about the successor…
I hear you on that.
Such a great gallery of textures for this week. My favorite is the dunes at Rhosneigr, Anglesey 😀 😀
Many thanks, Cee 🙂
Lovely gritty texture.
Thank you, Margaret.
So many great images (texture and line design and art) and the body sheep has a fun vibe
Thank you, Anne.
Always enjoy your black n white.
True beauties, Tish. Even the sheep 🤭💟
It was a sheep that made its presence felt. A bit unnerving actually. What was it thinking?
🙂 or that could be said of the photographer 🙂
No, that’s this one 🤭💟
Oh surely not!
You could not ask more of someone to give more of a lifetime of service than that of QE II, Your post is great! Now that you have made me want a homemade lemon meringue pie!! I need to go buy some lemons 🙂 Top picture looks like Meringue!! 🙂
Cheers, Mitch. Happy pie making.
You just never know what the Edge clouds are going to do.
A bit like here then, as the clouds scurry in from the Atlantic.
Tremendous photos, Tish.
Many thanks, Sarah.
That sheep as a dangerous glitter in her eyes.
Definitely it does. I was fixated!
Great b & w images
Love your photos. Rich in drama and detail. Thank you for sharing.
Many thanks, GC.