A gallery for Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Numbers are all in Square Format. Continue reading Square Numbers.
Sheep-Farming in Borrowdale, September 2020. These images were taken on our last trip to Borrowdale in England’s Lake District. Going there on a warm and sunny day shows the rural idyll at its finest. However, this part of England experiences the harshest of winters and both farmers and animals have to be very hardy to survive. Herdwick sheep are a strong and robust breed and … Continue reading Down on the Farm.
Vanishing Points. Continue reading Vanishing Points.
The Dragon Gate. This magnificent wrought-iron gate designed by Antoni Gaudi was his first commission for Count Güell. Continue reading A Dragon at the Gate.
“Magic Lives in Curves, not Angles” – Mason Cooley. Monochrome images of magical curves in Barcelona. Continue reading Magic Lives in Curves, not Angles
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.
Street Photography: Music for Dancing in the Streets. Continue reading Music for Dancing in the Streets.
Patterns in Nature. A Gallery of macro monochrome images showcasing the beauty of the insect world. Continue reading Patterns in Nature.
All images ©Helen Bushe This post inspired by two well-known bloggers: Cee and her Black & White Challenge this week: Backs of Things and Becky B’s July Challenge : Square Perspective If you’d like a more colourful perspective, why not visit me at PHOTOPHILE: Zooming in on a Red Admiral Perspective: Box Closed, Box Open (Antique camera) Continue reading Perspective: Viewed from the Back
I noticed that I have 3,764 pictures on my iPhone of Barcelona, taken over three years. With no trips planned there (or anywhere else) for the foreseeable future, I’ve enjoyed scrolling through them and imagining I’m walking around the city. I’ve picked a few at random for Cee’s Challenge this week: Half-circles, Arches and Domes. The Gothic majesty of the Cathedral roof: 2. The clean … Continue reading Half-Circles, Arches and Domes