My very literal interpretation of this weeks Photo Challenge. I am lucky that I live in a part of the UK were the historic and glamorous Age of the Steam is still very popular, with enthusiasts, volunteers and public supporting the restoration and appreciation of these glorious beasts. Tiny, the only surviving broad gauge locomotive lives at South Devon Railway Museum. Further details here
Last week as I was driving home, I could see the sun going down over the moors. Rushed back to grab my camera and managed to get this shot from my garden.
So I consider myself very lucky that this is my version of Local, which happens to be the theme for this weeks photo challenge
This weeks photo challenge from the Daily Post asked us to show our interpretation of water. So this is a drawing of a Water Iris using watercolour pencils. Maybe a little too far outside of the box ?
Faber-Castell Albrecht Durer Watercolour Pencils Tin Of 24
The photo challenge from the Daily Post is to depict ” pure”. Whenever I get to the coast, the deep blues of the water and the skies, the gentle sounds of water lapping around small boats sums up the feeling of pure and simple calm for me.
Whilst in Rosskilde, Denmark, came across this old library filing system. It reminded me of my very first Saturday job at Kidderminster library filing all the returned Browne cards!
Old wooden Filing drawers
This photo is for the Weekly Photo Challenge – Numbers
Living here on Exmoor, the landscape views can be spectacular, if a little bleak when its grey. This was taken on a lovely Spring day.
The blog post is in response to the Daily Post – Weekly Photo Challenge of ” Landscape”