What a cool shot, ours is up as well at burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.Have a great WW!!
What a beautiful picture. I love those kinds of shots. Happy wednesday. Can't believe it's here again already.
That is a breath taking shot, Claire! I love it. I sure wish I was there. :) Happy Wednesday.
I love the greys and greens. Gorgeous.
This could be the setting for an awesome horror film: ...for inside the farmhouse, no one can hear you scream.Oh... what CHILLS!
A beautiful place!! Wow!
Really nice, but frankly I have trouble believing this is actually a doodle...
this picture is so amazing...mine is up too. hope you can check it out:http://www.womenxplore.com/2008/05/wordless-wednesday-6-star.htmlHappy WW!
LOL! I like Jillian's comment. I can't thinkn of anything better so I'll just keep laughing...LOL!
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Lovely! Those clouds are really threatening.
You are taking some cracking photos just lately. Do you ever get any blue sky in the grim south though? ;-)
Absolutely beautiful. I want to be there right now. Where is there, btw?
Spectacular! The lighting is so great in your part of the world.Funny little bridge. Must be the perspective, but it looks like you could jump or wade across even in the rainy season.
@Bernie, cheers :)@the lemon bar, Wednesday came and went far to fast for me! :)@Tisha, I will reserve you a spot for when you visit me in the future :)@Sandy, I love the contrast of the colours too, cheers :)@Jillian, I could take you on a picnic there, what would be on the menu? Fava beans?@kathyusa, cheers! :)@relax max, this is the calm before the storm that is known as Doodle Week!@junosmom, cheers :)@bela, what a lovely thing to say :)@random chick, careful! can your bladder take all that laughing?@random chick, huiowhfewhyfudsfh :)@anna, the clouds actually cleared and it turned into a beautiful sunny day:)@Chris, I will give you some credit for my photographic style as I want to be better than you :) There was sun and blue skies today :)@haleyhughes, cheers! Its in the Lake District a part of Northern England. The home of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.@Will, On a good day its excellent, but they are few and far between. It is actually a funny little bridge indeed, well spotted. You could wade across it easily but its a very popular spot and is accessible from a few car parks so people use part of the hike for a lovely stroll, prams an all.
Great mood captured here. Yeah - love the greys and the greens - also the frame. Yours is the third photo today that I have seen creative framing.
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