Winding gear fixed in place alongside the banks of the canal, taken from above – does winding gear count as a gadget? 🙂
A monochrome view of inside my conservatory, and also on the outside, looking up from the bottom of the garden 🙂
I quite like the way the branches of the tree growing so close behind it seem to create a continuation of the twisting tree design on this celtic cross gravestone, camouflaging it in a complex embrace of light and shade 🙂
Platform 2 at Inverness train station 🙂
The weekend challenge on Weekly Prompts is ‘Walkabout’, inviting us to share some of our permitted outdoor exercise routes during lockdown.
I’ve already shared many of my regular walks, and am really lucky to have plenty of options so I decided to ring the changes and make a little monochrome gallery of my favourite places to walk for now, dependent on my mood and the weather and whether I fancy a slow leisurely stroll or something infintely more bracing.
Inverness sits on Scotland’s north-east coast, and has both a canal and a river running through it. So from my house I can easily walk along the canal, around the cemetery, through the woods, by the water’s edge or across the river – all spaces reasonably close to home where social distancing is safely achievable 🙂
Blooms, flood, seagull, and silhouette for this week’s Cee’s B&W Challenge: Double Letters 🙂
For Cee’s B&W Challenge this week I have a clock in a stone block tower, a set of lock gates, a stockade (yes I know, doesn’t actually end in ‘ock’ but it has ‘ock’ in the middle of it, and I like the pic) – and finally a blast from the past from my old life in Leytonstone, East London, a street art pic of Alfred Hitchcock, who was born there… 🙂
Monochrome clouds out and about around my mum and dad’s house 🙂
Various London roads in Black and White from last summer for Cee’s Challenge this week 🙂