Thanks Brian, lovely choices again. How wonderful to see the tree still standing despite the floods and a chance to see the 'under the ground' workings............a new sculpture to witness. Also love the moon shot, so tranquil. Have a good week. Jules
Once again a 'joy' to behold when catching up with this thread. Some wonderful visions of nature's beauty and human's interaction with it. Not sure I would fancy living in the pineapple ha ha (and tree house too high up for me) but some great scenes caught on camera. No time for me to be out and about with my own camera recently but am still enjoying watching the wildlife in my own garden. Beautiful morning here just now and upwards of 15 sparrows having a bath and feeding on seeds/insects on the lawn.May just have to mow it later!!
Have a pleasant weekend and regards to you, Mrs B and the family. Jules
Good morning folks,
Another reminder of my late dad and his trains.Double stacked containers. Bet this weighs a lot.
It must be very cold for flowing water to freeze like this.
Hope you like these, Brian
Hi Brian and Gemini
Sorry if this appears twice but my computer was playing up and not sure if first post made it!! Love the frozen waterfall and the 'small tug pulling it's load' through the great canal (something my hubby witnessed whilst working abroad). The link with trains will always keep the memories of your late Dad with you and so precious especially as your physical contact was short. The scenery he witnessed would have been truly amazing no doubt.
The colour in my garden is just hanging on despite the lack of rain and the lawn was more 'half straw' when I mowed!!
Have a good week all.
Trying to reply but internet in and out (high winds always cause problems). Great fishy pics Brian, thank you.
My close up shots are me being lazy...........using the zoom lens from my armchair ha ha (it also means I do not disturb the wildlife!!). Have a pleasant day. Jules