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I found these while exploring the common a few months ago. Nature is slowly reclaiming them they must have been here since the army camp was knocked down in the fifties . A welcome resting point after a long trek over the common.
Nikon d60 18-55vr lens, Hampshire, UK.

Throw Pillows

ruins, moss, steps

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ruins, moss, steps

I am a 53 year old ageing Hippy with a love of nature . A romantic at heart but sadly single. I used to be a decorator but since my father became ill I have given up my business to care for him full time . When I have time to myself I like nothing more than to get out into the woods or the countryside and capture the sights around me. I hope you enjoy seeing what I see. Thanks for viewing. Kind regards Mark.

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  • Lynne Prestebak
    Lynne Prestebakalmost 5 years ago

    Wow, what a cool find….amazing what moss likes to attach itself to! Did you sit on the steps??!

  • Thanks Lynne, yes if I’m over that way I always sit and a have a drink ,[water] Its quite damp in this little hollow so the mosses love it. regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • jules572
    jules572almost 5 years ago

    This shot has a comforting feel to it….Jules

  • When I first saw this it was late autumn and there was a variety of different coloured leaves all over it . The shots I took of it didn’t come out well which was a shame . Its a great resting place. Thanks! regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • ozzzywoman
    ozzzywomanalmost 5 years ago

    This would be perfect in Nature’s Reclamation !

  • I have just joined your very talented group I hope my images will do it justice. Thanks Ozzywoman, kind regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtalmost 5 years ago


    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtalmost 5 years ago

    Congratulations!! You have been featured in the Which Way

    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • Excellent!!!, thank you very much Cee, truly appreciated. kindest regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • trueblvr
    trueblvralmost 5 years ago

    wow how unique…………….makes one wonder/ Very interesting shot

  • I have walked this common man and boy for many years and i still keep finding little pathways forgotten steps and bits of old ruins . The other day I found the entrance to the old first world war laundry which was built underground. It was full of water so I didn’t venture in. Many thanks mark.

    – relayer51

  • Merrilyn Hunt
    Merrilyn Huntalmost 5 years ago

    Love this Relayer! There’s a place in NZ called The Bridge To Nowhere — and it’s similar. Just a bridge in the middle of the forest, but what a story behind it! Good spot!

  • I love that sort of thing , have a look at the post above this and you will see what I mean. Many thanks Merrilyn. kind regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • jules572
    jules572almost 5 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Mark on being features in this group….Jules

  • Thanks Jules, what a surprise, I wasn’t even going to post this one as it lacked something . Didn’t know what that something was it was just a feeling. Hope your well! regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • MischaC
    MischaCalmost 5 years ago

    This is a great find and I can imagine it is a comfortable seat after a long trek. Congrats on the well-deserved feature!

  • Yes it is a welcome resting point . Many thanks for your really kind words. regards mark.

    – relayer51

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Daralmost 5 years ago

    one of my fav foto
    2 good

  • Thanks Bobby,very kind of you to say that, most appreciated. kind regards mark.

    – relayer51

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