On a clear morning which was chilly enough for frost on rooves, I suddenly remembered where I could find some curves for the rounded photo challenge from the Daily Post. I took two photos – an overview and a close-up.
The subject is a labyrinth, which was constructed in a park as a millennium project.
I know I take a lot of photos. Snap-happy used to be the word for it, but I am frequently surprised that my choice of subject anticipates the theme of the photo challenge from the daily post. This week it is pedestrian. In the past week I have taken photos of two footbridges – one over a railway, the other over a river. I am posting three photos. Two are rather ordinary, but in the third something unusual is happening.
Recently I have become fascinated by the effects of light and weather on the view of the beck near home. I took a snap to record the level of the water following some heavy rain. Then I took one at a different angle to see how they compared. It was spitting with rain at the time.
On a sunny morning I took a photo, which was clearer.
Then on a sunny afternoon there was the glare of the sun’s reflection. I took two more photos.
The bridge makes a window to the beck. The Daily Post’s photo challenge is Window.