Images taken on the second day of Spring, 2nd March 2021. All images HelenBushe. Taken with iPhone 12ProMax and processed on iPad using Lightroom. High-key effect created by Serge Ramelli Landscape Preset “B&W Bleached” Thanks to Bren for her Mid-Week Monochrome #54 Challenge. Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome #54: Our Local Countryside in Early Spring.
Empty Seats at the Gastro-Pub during Lockdown. Monochrome images of UK “Pub of the Year 2020”, Lancashire’s Cartford Inn. Continue reading Empty Seats at the Gastro-Pub during Lockdown.
Mid-Week Monochrome: A Misty Morning on the Lancaster Canal. Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome #46: A Misty Morning.
Wooden Ducks in a Window and other Curiosities: Monochrome images taken on a stroll around the villages of Great Eccleston and Churchtown. Continue reading Wooden Ducks in a Window and other Curiosities.
This post was inspired by Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Things made from Wood. Please click on any image to view full-size or to begin slideshow: Continue reading Wooden Jetties, Boardwalks and a Pier.
Our Village in Lockdown. In the early stages of the very necessary lockdown we could only leave the house for an hour’s exercise each day. These are a few of the images I took during those much anticipated and appreciated 60 minutes per day in the fresh air. I got to know these lambs quite well over the weeks. Sometimes I imagined that they were … Continue reading Where Have All the Children Gone?
The view from Clitheroe Castle. The medieval Keep of Clitheroe Castle has dominated the skyline of this Lancashire town for over 800 years. These pictures show the view of the town and surrounding countryside from the viewpoint of the castle. To see more variations on this theme from bloggers worldwide, head over to Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Unusual Perspective. Thank you for … Continue reading Unusual Perspective: Looking down on the Town.
Shapes on the ShoreLine: At the seaside in winter. Living near then coast in NW England provides many opportunities for a keen photographer. (And, believe me, you have to be keen to venture out in the biting winds that were blowing when some of these photos were taken.) In summer these are good places for street photography. In winter it’s the shapes that I like to … Continue reading Shapes on the ShoreLine.