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More by the river

Another shot taken at Turon River. I was entranced by the big boulders and silvery seed heads.


  1. This is really a good composition, I like the silvery vegetation in the front and on the right part of the photo very much!

  2. It even reminds me of the Queen Ann's Lace that is in every laneside ditch in rural France ... and lots of place world wide.

    Love seed heads ...

  3. that's a beautiful plant - i wonder what it is?
    I could look at it every day.

  4. It's great to compare this one with the header!

  5. It seems appropriate for the banner photo as it has the colours that are so typical in this blog. Nice shot


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