Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #140 – A Change of Scenery

Imagine that you were about a cm tall, and enter the world within a twig, a tiny landscape with moss shrubs and lichen trees, and yellow brick lichen roads! https://flic.kr/p/2kKCYab https://flic.kr/p/2kKCXQD https://flic.kr/p/2kKyJ1D https://flic.kr/p/2kKCsD1 https://flic.kr/p/2kKyJvG Hope you enjoyed my take on a change of scenery! Probably a little different from the norm, as usual! 🙂

Different

Normally I concentrate on the small things when I’m out taking photos. You might see me staring closely into the hedgerow looking for Violets, or chasing butterflies, trying to get a shot. Today I decided to look for bigger things, along with my normal close-ups. This lone tree on the edge of a ploughed field…… Continue reading Different

Heron Stalking

On Tuesday I went for a walk at Cors Caron. This is a lovely nature reserve which is “an untamed mix of raised bog, reedbed, wet grassland, ponds, streams and patches of woodland”. In the summer it will be teeming with Dragonflies and Damselflies, as well as Common Lizards and the occasional Adder (if you’re…… Continue reading Heron Stalking

Landscapes?

I don’t really do landscapes. However, the weekly photo challenge says “show us your best establishing shot…” so I’m going to look at it that way rather than a traditional landscape. So here’s an establishing shot before I looked more closely at a patch of Celandines. It’s still pretty close up but you can see…… Continue reading Landscapes?

Half & Half

I have pondered for a while whether I have any photos that fit with this week’s photo challenge. Yet again I have to tear myself away from my preferred small world and look a bit further afield. That’s why they call it a challenge I guess! I took this photo last month at Cors Caron,…… Continue reading Half & Half

Village Views

This is where I live, where I walk, where I poke around in hedgerows, squat (painfully) photographing tiny things, and occasionally I change my lens and look up at the beautiful blue sky, and thank my lucky stars that I live in such a lovely place.