Monochrome Monday travels to Cheshire, England after some light snow has fallen on the Cheshire plain.
The snow shows the fields as a patchwork with some interesting clouds on the horizon. Taken from Bickerton Hill looking towards Chester and the River Dee estuary.
The new One Word Sunday theme is Contrast.
Now I normally try and avoid using more than a few words in a One Word Sunday post but this week is different. I picked this photo because of the contrast between the light on the farm and the shadows on the surrounding land. But that’s not the reason for all these words on One Word Sunday.
The reason is because of where the photo was taken. It’s a section of the Peak District on the Cheshire/Derbyshire border close to an area known as Bottom-of-the-Oven. Which is such an unusual place name that I suspect it will be stuck in my brain forever.
The new Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is Landscapes.
Some light mist over woodland and farmland during the golden hour. Taken from Bickerton Hill, Cheshire looking towards North Wales.
Some photos from Cheshire, England in the 1980s. As this part of Ontario is currently in a deep freeze and there’s a couple of feet of snow on the ground these photos make me think of warmer winters and much less snow.
Some trees in mist with snow on the ground at sunrise in south Cheshire.
A view over the Cheshire plain towards Liverpool from Bickerton Hill.
Sunrise over a dairy farm in south Cheshire.