Showing posts from January, 2021
2021 arrived without much celebration. Covid 19 had followed us from 2020 and we once again found ourselves in lockdown, for all of January and February. It has been a month of dull, misty, grey days and plenty of rain, with floods in many country lanes and fields. Enthusiasm to go out with the camera has definitely been lacking this month. However I have decided to photograph the village conservation area each month and record the changes throughout the year. First snow of 2021 Frosted green plants More winter floods Will any bugs survive the deluge
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The Church Wall I was set the challenge to make a montage telling a story in photos of anything I wanted. I choose to do the church wall as I felt this had plenty of character. It is an old crumbling wall with missing mortar, lichen covered bricks and grassy moss. Large cracks and gaps have dusty cobwebs and new vegetation growing from them. Insects and gastropods hide away for the winter in the many crevices. It may be just an old wall to the passer-by but there is plenty to explore.