Kodak Gold 100, Zuiko f 1.8 50mm.
You are getting me worried :)) Lovely shot Keith ~ Best wishes ~ nick
Humorous title :) Someone clearly did not appreciate the symmetry in the furrows!
All the best Keith :)
Thanks Nick and Jim. This short walk resulted in a few good'ns.
So, can I assume that you've had a little weather then Keith
By coincidence we have just completed the Monday crossword and the answer CORNROW came up. I suspect this is what we have here (in times past).
Hope your staying warm!
It's not a CORNrow, it's a FURrow! :)
Yes we have had some of the white stuff, but it is going away quickly now.
Glad to see you exploring the photographic opportunities of snow, Keith. I've enjoyed all of them. We got about a foot of the stuff yesterday - the biggest snowfall in quite some time. I'm enjoying it through windows, not through my camera lens.
Thanks again Marilyn. I was trying out some out of date Kodak Gold 100 and I am pleased with the handling of the subtle colours to be found in a snow-covered landscape. I am also glad that Spring seems to be on the way now - we saw our first Snowdrop flowers last weekend.
Wow! I know the feeling Keith! I bet you have had more of the white stuff in the last couple of days - it's bad in Shropshire at the moment. I also have a photo with this title.
I've just read your comment to Marilyn. What is this spring you're talking about?
It was a false start Amelia! The weather now is horrible - a freezing cold wind off the North Sea with snow and hail just to add a little more sting.
Well at least we don't have the flooding that Cornwall has! About 6 inches of snow fell yesterday, but the Arctic wind has gone - hopefully for quite a bit. The species crocus, daffs, snowdrops etc are all white hummocks; and still it snows. Eben opur local pub closed at 10 last night. Unheard of on a Friday! ;-)
Core blimey everyone has furrowed brows it seems ~ I'm puzzled :~) ~ Still a lovely shot Keith ~ Hope the snow has gone by now :~))))
Very Beautiful Winter Picture!!!!
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