This is an old Smithy, long disused but identified on old maps (1863) of the area. Once, probably one of the noisiest parts of the village, now completely silent. It's worth focussing on the beautiful front retaining wall, especially when snowcapped in winter sunlight. Other responses to this weeks prompt can be found over … Continue reading weekly photo challenge: silence
Moss on a pillar is my interpretation of the challenge "Growth". See more photos from this challenge over at WordPress.
Over time the leaves and the feather will be transformed and disappear See other responses over at the WordPress Daily Post.
House Martins on the wire waiting to travel the long journey south beyond the Sahara in Africa. See other responses to "Waiting" over at the WordPress Daily Post.
There are many old stone walls around the Northumberland countryside where I live. Some replaced by fences or left in disrepair. This weeks photo challenge topic is structure and a fine one this wall is! Go and see other interpretations of "structure" over at the Wordpress Daily Post.
Many bridges cross the River Tweed at Berwick-on-Tweed, rail and road, ancient and modern, connecting England with Scotland. This photo shows the Royal Tweed Bridge (road) and the Royal Border Bridge (rail). If you've never visited Berwick and you are in the area, I urge you to do so. It's a fascinating town with sea and estuary … Continue reading weekly photo challenge: bridge
In an old building on the harbourside of Berwick-upon-Tweed an ornate window reflects the sky. For more responses to this weeks prompt head over to The Daily Post on WordPress.
Chanteuges Abbey, Haute-Loire, France My contribution to this week's Weekly Photo Challenge prompt "Frame". Have a look at other responses over at the Daily Post.
When I saw this weeks prompt for the WordPress Weekly Photo challenge, I immediately thought of this photo from May of a shop in Talmont sur Gironde. Go over to the WordPress page to see others responses to Fun!