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Lovely picture, very unusual texture!
Hi Mo!I'm glad you like the Conflict of Lights picture. It's a bit bizarre, I realise, but I find it exciting.Incidentally, Esther tells me she thinks of you now every time she wraps a present. Something to do with newspaper . . . ?LucyP.S. It was on the news the other day that the Queen has said everyone (didn't catch who the everyone is . . . her family, her staff . . . ?) should re-use Christmas wrapping paper. Clearly, where that Montgomery woman leads, Royalty follows! L.
P.S. Mo. That, or the Queen reads your blog . . . . Lucy
No wonder some people see lights and think it was a UFO. Dazzling!
Easy Gardener - interesting that you say that.This photo was taken in Weymouth.If I had turned and taken a photo in the opposite direction it would have been out to sea, across Weymouth Bay.About fifteen years ago, there was a UFO alert there when a couple of traffic police saw a large red object in the sky above the water.It turned out to be Mars.!(I have trouble with stories like this . . . it sounds so much like an urban myth . . . but I read it in our local paper . . . which, of course, may be the source of many an urban myth . . . )Lucy
I like the conflict of lights, :Lucy, it is a bit of a departure from your usual ones. Although I have to say I love the split tree too.
Hello Weaver of GrassI'm glad you like The Conflict of Lights.It doesn't feel like a departure, in the sense that I wasn't conscious of doing anything different when I took it. It's just that I'm not often out at night so the opportunity hasn't arisen before.I have self-imposed guidelines for this blog.No people.No flowers.If anyone else would have taken it - I won't.Being that I made these rules for myself, I would feel ok about breaking them.But . . . this one . . . well, it fits!LucyP.S. I know other people do take pictures like me - you and Gordon Mason have both pointed me to people whose photographs show, in certain ways, a shared vision. None the less - I expect you know, broadly, what I mean. L.
Another p.s. to Weaver of Grass . . . which having been said . . . I got in a muddle about dates for the pictures and had to put two in in a rush (Buddleia and Field in Autumn) and they don't really 'fit'.Lucy
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