what a surpise - even an eye in stone can see
Yes I can see Amelia, that you wasn't so keen on taking the step out in the snow. ;-)
It is surely not the requiem for this fence. It still stands exactly like this, now, over two years later. You should not tell a "Jærbu" about how to build a fence. ;-))
A great shot, despite the somewhat grey weather!
I'll put on another Like.
PS: Notice the two photos to the right above the map: They're selected for, long time ago, but still not visible on GE. :-o
All the best,
All the best,
Thanks Suzi and Marosh for your compliments and beautiful words left on my gallery....best wishes, Ahmet
Great diagonals and vanishing point and good to see the railway back in use ~~~
A Valentine's Storm in all its glory ~ dramatic and harsh ~ wonderful light too ~ YSL for capturing the essence ~ Hornblower Hugs ~ GW
I just added some research info, Waldo - I'm almost sad that this figure is being painted, though he (Ken Means - sculptor and painter) does a beautiful job of it. Thanks for stopping by again (O:
Thanks very much, Ken - an amazing fabric - squiggles the eyes - that I'll be wearing soon - rainy day sewing if the forecast holds. So pleased you stopped by (O:
I enjoy images like this one, Reto - they entice you to look closely, think and learn. I've never been up in a bell tower. Thank you for your visit to my gallery. I've enjoyed traveling through yours. Friendly greetings from the Oregon Coast (O:
Lovely reflections here Suzi.
All the best - Mick
Super photo Suzi, the light is beautiful.
Regards - Mick