The Changing Seasons 02 – January

Last month I joined the Changing Seasons photography challenge.  My warm up post featured images that I had taken in December but before I knew of the challenge, so were not taken specifically for it.

The challenge asks for 5 to 20 images, taken specifically during the month to be posted between the 7th and 15th of the following month. It is now mid-February and so I am sharing my January images.

Confused? You won’t be.

As mentioned in my original post on this topic, the main images will be over at Runestone so please visit there if you want to see the photos in all their original glory a larger size.

Cardinal Guzman’s post for this month is here, along with a list of participants.

 

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Bare Naked

Bare Naked

We are home again, after a month-long trip away. A trip during which I completely failed to get my laptop out. It was good to come home. We were driving along, close to Le Dorat at the time, when I felt that “aren’t we fortunate to live in such a lovely part of France” feeling washing over me. I had a sudden urge to invite all my friends to come and stay and to shareContinue readingBare Naked

A Month in France: Nothing is Lost

A Month in France: Nothing is Lost

I am lagging on the Month in the Country prompts, and lagging badly at that. I have a list of prompts t be caught up on and I shall be working my way through them here, or at Scattered Thoughts depending on where the post most naturally sits. I have elected to tackle the prompts not in date order necessarily but to seize upon prompts that offer me space in which to write down the things that I am feeling the need to say. Even if I need to crowbar it in. The thing is, I am going to continue to be short of time and space in which to write and so a two-for-one is useful and I hope to do as many of those as I can. Seems like a plan? … Continue readingA Month in France: Nothing is Lost

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3 Comments

  1. February 9, 2015
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    I went over to see the large versions. A great set of photos with some wonderful light. Those sheep looks well coated for the winter and it’s interesting to see the old stone architecture.

  2. February 9, 2015
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    A really beautiful gallery

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