Getting there slowly…

Enough time today to tackle my photograph mountain.  While trawling through all the colour I realised I had all sorts of beautiful natural tones and textures which deserve a little appreciation all on their own.

 A roof at Great Dixter, and all these lovely images from inside the barn.cow parsley

ladder

wooden peg

An amazing wall in Rye…

 

textiles

Luxurious textiles at Sheffield Park

shells

And a shell encrusted anchor on the sea front of Hastings.

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4 Responses

  1. Lovely ! The roof is beautiful ….isn’t it funny that
    ” terracotta ” paint , however nice , is never quite right ! That wall in Rye looks weirdly edible . Though that might just be me .
    Re your comment that roasted tomatoes aren’t sinful …..it depends rather on exactly how many one eats .

  2. All very autumnal! Beautiful pictures, beautifully seen!! t.x

  3. Re your comment on mine : Your holiday photos ARE gorgeous and we’re waiting for more !!

  4. Beautiful Penny! Thanks!

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