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The forest behind our home. Love walking through it, especially with the season changing.
While walking this morning my eye caught this beautiful example of light and shadow. I was struck particularly by the dappled light on the one tree trunk. I’m haunted by light and shadow.
There’s just something about the textures of the natural world that always seems to evoke our sense of touch. For example, I would find it extremely difficult to walk past an old tree without running my fingers across its gnarled … Continue reading
Had a wonderful time with my Camera.
Every day my morning walk takes me past this old tree in a beautiful park. It stands there lifeless, rooted, dignified and mute. No more speaking through rustling leaves or creaking branches. No more life-giving sap running through its veins, … Continue reading
A park in Colchester. The morning light in this scene fascinated me. I tried capturing it and I felt it came out well.