across the river, at the edge of the field,a stand of trees colonised a small mound.It looked like an island on dry land.I loved the way the refections were cut off by the near bank.It made me want to draw closer to the edge to see if they went deeper but what looked at first glance like dry land turned out to be soft and boggy.Appearances shown to be deceptive. My boots are still drying out…

A view across the River Brathay in Cumbria NW England, HDR image converted to B&W

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  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47almost 2 years ago

    One striking b & w tapestry, ET. I would put on my b & w cloak & flit through there, given half a chance.

  • Thanks Whizzer.And for the card in the post.Most kind and a great shot.

    – EvilTwin

  • Perggals© - Stacey Turner
    Perggals© - St...almost 2 years ago

    Congratulations!!
    You have been featured in Britain in Black & White
    23/12/12

  • Thanks very much for the feature. A lovely Xmas present

    – EvilTwin

  • Hélène David-Cuny
    Hélène David-Cunyover 1 year ago

    Then I trust you won’t try checking if the branches up the trees are as strong as they seem…

  • No,my feet are firmly in the ground.

    – EvilTwin

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