Shadow across the tracks.

A shot from a walk earlier in the week and originally taken for my response to the Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge Shadows.

In the end I didn’t use it for the challenge but put a film type border around it using Snapseed.

It’s strange, in my film era I was never a fan of these types of borders but nowadays I think they can give an image a certain character.

Tracks in the snow with a shadow.

Shadows and snow.

My contribution for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge Shadows.

This is now the third version of a post for this challenge. I decided to go with a snow theme after the second version had snow in over half the shots. Then I went for a walk on Monday afternoon and got another photo for the challenge.

Tree trunk and shadows.

Shadows on the snow with a tree trunk.

Shadows across the tracks.

Tracks in the snow with shadows.

Lying in the shadows.

Lying in the shade on the snow.

A barcode on the snow.

shadows on snow

Some winter detail.

Monochrome Monday goes back a few weeks to a walk in the new year.

I spotted this small section of dry stone wall surrounded by thawing snow. The Ivy leaves added a splash of colour although I shot the image with the plan to try a monochrome conversion. I rather like the way the veins of the Ivy leaves appear in this conversion.

Dry stone wall with Ivy leaves and snow.