Very beautiful and vernal in a dignified sort of way. Lovely shot. Like. Best, Andy
There is indeed something very vernal , even magical about graveyards in spring Andy with all that new growth amongst the dearly departed. It's about as far from the sadness and stereotypical spookiness associated with such places as you could get and it's a theme I often draw upon.
Cheers mate :o)
Cheers Clive, I know what you mean but personally it's a bit too shady and damp for my liking and I am concerned at the bulges in the grass, maybe they all trying to get back out for the same reasons !
best wishes, Sam :o)
PS What progress re the focussing test etc ?
Ah right , I'll keep my fingers crossed for you that your problems are solved.
Enjoyed your little tale , thank you :o)
Good composition here Sam,those branches take you to the church nicely,is this the shot you suggested through the mesh or did you go above,either way its lovely mate.
There's quite a time lapse between this and your tearoom shot,i'm guessing you both were partaking in the latter beverage;-))
Just to be different I walked round and set up t'other side on't fence mate, it were easier than buggerin on trying to get mi tripod right so as it matched up wi a ole.
And yes o course we stopped in for tea , it would be rude not too as they say ;o).
many thanks !
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