We saw some amazing Rainbows while we were living in Lincolnshire and this is one of them. We also witnessed some astounding sunrises and sunsets. My theory is that it’s partly because the horizon can be so low it let’s them develop unhindered by hills or mountains.
Here are more landscape photos taken over the past few years. A few are from Lincolnshire but others were taken in the USA, South Africa and Australia,.
Continuing my exploration of online portfolios and WordPress Themes here is a close-up of a flower from my collection.
With a bit of luck this should automatically post to my Facebook Page rather than me having to cut and paste the link and insert into post on my feed.
This is far from perfect but probably the best I’m going to get.
If this works then I’ll invite more people to my new Facebook page (Graham’s Favourites).
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Lately I’ve been taking morre and more ‘Macro’ close-up photos of nature and also concentrating on cloud pics.
Here are some close-up tree photographs taken with my iPhone.
Names is the first challenge for the Daily Post Photo Challenge in 2017. A visit to one of our supermarkets in town during the lead up to Christmas always brings a smile as staff wear fancy dress. They do seem to be enjoying themselves too don’t they. Please say hello to Lorraine and James who kindly posed for me.
The Daily Post Photo Challenge this week is : Local
It’s difficult for me to pick a ‘local’. I moved towns 3 times before emigrating to Switzerland where I lived for 35 years. Now I’m back in the UK and enjoying life here in Lincolnshire.
I knew I wanted to buy our house when I sat in the empty sunroom and admired the view to the living room. Of all the rooms it is the one I feel most at home in whether it’s to curl up and read a book on the cuddler or to admire the laser light show and the Christmas Tree in Winter.
It has become my local, my favourite place.
A different perspective
This week’s One Word Photo Challenge is Crop. I chose the unharvested version of crop but there are many ways to interpret the prompt and I’m looking forward to discovering the other entries!
I can’t thank Jennifer Nichole Wells enough for organising this wonderful photo challenge. The fact that she publishes the agenda so we can prepare both photos and posts is really comforting. Thanks Jennifer!
Taishacho, Hinomisaki, Izumo, Shimane Prefecture, Japan
The Haleakala Rim, Hawaii
Water’s Edge, Scotland
Edge of a volcano, Hawaii
Station Platform, Lincolnshire
This week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge is : Edge
I hope you enjoy my interpretation.