Hello Bob, the dead wood is very sculptural (if that's a word!) Like it. Regards, Rosa.
Pleased you like this Dead wood scene.Thanks for the LIKE.
Good morning Rosa
Sculptural interesting descriptive word thats seldom used.A lot of my descriptive words will not be found in the Dictionary, made up words I have used in two of my books and are now well used by other collectors, you never know one or two may end up in the Dictionary.Thanks for the Like.
very good, I like..
I like the Dead wood cast against the dark horse.Thank you for the most welcome Y/S vote.
Tell me more! What are your books about then Bob?
The three books that have been published are Art Nouveau tile reference books.The one waiting to be published is the "Village Churches of Leicestershire" hopefully in time for Christmas.
Hi Bob, I can imagine art nouveau tiles are really beautiful...a specialist subject! I have a book 'Dorset's best Churches' by Brendan Lehane which is very informative and many that I have never seen...yet! Good luck with it.
Best wishes, Rosa.
LOL! I saw the small photo in the Horses As Art Group and wondered what you'd been drinking to post a photo of a live horse. But, since I love all things horses, I blew it up to mark with an F&L before I deleted it from the group pool. I promise that won't happen now.
That is one amazing shot. Congrats!
No problems just thought the the tree sculpture of a horse was complmented by the live horse.Thanks for the Y/S/L.
Beautiful scenery....LIKE Greetings.
Pleased that you like the scenery in my village.Thank you alsso for the LIKE.
Interesting! L + F.
Greeting from Ukraine. Kostia
I do like to photograph Trees and Dead wood. Thank you for L+F votes
Beautiful, dynamic scene
For your feedback and L/6 F/4 votes.
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