Were these taken on a walk from your home? If so, what a wonderful area you live in! In order to walk some place pretty, I first have to get into the car...
well, actually, heather? i was thinking the same thing as i walked about, definitely and immediately in my area, not even a 5 minutes walk. if the roads are busy, you hear the buzz at the start, but as soon as 10 minutes out, it's pretty clear and sound proof... i am lucky. i realize. later!n♥
what a pretty green place you live in though those corncobs look rather scary :)
I would like to go with you on this stroll,dearest Nadeschda.Marvellous pictures!LoveAriane.
NADINE!als ik komgaan we danalsjebliefteen rondje lopenwat woon jij mooi buiten!fijne week ensucces met dieet ;^))kusPatrice A.
Did the same yesterday...so good with some fresh air and bucolic element ;)
zo mooi, zo sfeervol,x
ahhhh, these images are heart lifting. (and i confess to a bit of envy for your country roads, and for touches of autumn...)
Wonderful pictures with very powerful colours...its really getting autumn.RegardsSabine
I love these pics of things you saw and paid attention to on your walk Woolfy. Things that (could quite easily go unnoticed by us ordinary folk) are full of beauty. I love the decaying corn, the blue and orange rope, the gorgeous bright yellow of those flowers, the industrial light, and that shard of painted concrete? lino? on the ground. Did you pick it up and bring it home with you? I would've. It's beautiful.xp.s. I could easily make comments on every single photo. All lovely and interesting. That old zig-zag gate!
Somebody harvest that corn NOW! It's overdue!
Looks like you popped out in Indiana, Kers!
beautiful place that you live in....I would be popping out for an hour many times over methinks. Great pics too good exposure and colour I like what camera sis you use?H :)
heh heh I typed sis did you notice I wanted did but got the wrong key kinda serendipitous dont you think?