DP Weekly Photo Challenge. The Old Gardeners Shed…..with twisted ropes

 

A Garden-Tool-Shed twisted Ropes

Time literally stood still in this old abandoned Gardeners Shed. The hands on the clock…..gone, but the tools and ropes all neatly hung each in its own place….with of course the twisted ropes.

My suggestion got this weeks DP Photo Challenge.  You can see other suggestions on this link:- via Photo Challenge: Twisted 

25th May

(C) David Oakes 2018

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DP Weekly Photo Challenge – Liquid

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Dusk at Worms Head, South Wales

Liquid in all its shapes and forms is the topic this week.  For me one of the key attractions is Dawn and Dusk over water….. sea, lake or river it makes no difference, there is always an interesting mix

See what other have suggested on the link below:-

via Photo Challenge: Liquid

17th May

(C) David Oakes 2018

DP Weekly Photo Challenge – Unlikely

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Not just unlikely but highly likely to be impossible!

When is a Door not a Door…..when its a Jar. But in this case the door is an architectural fake…. a solid wall painted to look like a door.  In fact it is one of several on this stable block that have been painted to match a couple of real doors.

Just a suggestion and a little bit of fun for this weeks Photo Challenge.

See others on this link:- via Photo Challenge: Unlikely

2nd May

(C) David Oakes 2018

DP Weekly Photo Challenge – Prolific

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It is that time of the year when our woodlands here in the UK start to burst into life.  From nowhere shoots force there way from the hard ground, spread and flower….but it is always a short life as those woodlands trees develop their own leaf canopy and exclude the vital light from the woodland floor.

One of the stars (and one of the most prolific) of our spring woodlands is the Wild Garlic with their clusters of white starts that contrast so well with the soft green of the foliage.

A PROLIFIC display beneath the Beech Trees my suggestion for this weeks DP Photo Challenge.

You can see what others have suggested on this link:-

via Photo Challenge: Prolific

19th April

(C) David Oakes 2018