The brief for this challenge was to find seats which take more than one. In the case of the London Eye, I’ve no idea how many brave folk can sit beside each other in the little cabins. I’ve never queued up for a ride. I wouldn’t imagine that anyone sits by themselves; they’d have no one beside them whose arm they could grip at “lift … Continue reading It takes two or three or more….
Steps in the City. Monochrome images of Valletta, Venice and Manchester. Continue reading Steps in the City.
A gallery for Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Numbers are all in Square Format. Continue reading Square Numbers.
These shoes were displayed in a glass case alongside a Bishop’s lace under-gown in the museum of Ciutadella Cathedral. They are made of silk and are hand-embroidered. He seems to have had small feet. I found more up-to-date footwear in an independent shop in the Yorkshire village of Hebden Bridge: I wonder if the owner of this well-used walking boot ever came back to Borrowdale … Continue reading The Bishop’s Best Shoes and other Footwear.
Mid-Week Monochrome: St Annes’ Pier on a Winter Morning. Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome#47: St Annes’ Pier on a Winter 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.
The BeeKeepers of Kew Gardens. All images ©HelenBushe Taken in 2009 at Kew Gardens in London, using a Canon Powershot Sx200IS. Processed using LUMINAR4 This post was inspired by BeckyB’s Squares Challenge: Square Perspective. Continue reading A Beekeeper’s Perspective
During the period of very necessary lockdown and now restricted movement, we’ve taken a lot of walks from the house along village lanes. Living in the countryside there is always something new to see; things changing by the hour, by the day, the month or the season. In the last couple of weeks I’ve spent more time eyeballing sheep and their lambs than I normally … Continue reading Little Lambs have Short Coats and Short Legs.
Carts’ Graveyard around the back of Shibden Hall. Continue reading The Nailmaker’s Cart and Assorted Cartwheels.
Monochrome Minimalism with egg, spoon and two forks. Continue reading “Go to Work on an Egg”