Sunday, 21 January 2018


One of the things I most appreciate about tramping the same familiar, local paths over and over is that scenes never look the same two days running. I'm always seeing new things. Sometimes they are literally new additions or subtractions but often it's just a trick of the light that reveals some fresh magic. I have walked along the carriage drive up towards Milner Field many times and never noticed the way the land beyond it curves and the trees nestle into the contours. On this day, the light and shadows really made this stand out, with the sinuous branches of a nearby tree echoing and emphasising the sweep of the land.


  1. Undulating curves Jenny ☺ what a very lovely vista!

  2. Luminous comes to mind, with the light and shadows.

  3. Yes I can understand this Jenny. Sometimes it's hard to keep up the enthusiasm for walking over local paths, but there is always something new to see and reward you for getting out....well nearly always :0)
    Jacquie x


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