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April 20th 2018

Misty morning conditions gave me an early opportunity to find a subject on Friday. A lone ewe providing a useful bit of foreground interest. Once again I’ll be catching up with the weekend’s images over the next couple of days.



Bunner, Arthur Street, Montgomery, Powys, Wales, 2017 • Edwardian-fronted traditional ironmongers founded in 1892 and still run by the same family. Still a well-used local store, it’s jam-packed and museum-like inside; there’s some history on their website.

Shopfront Elegy

April 18th 2018

A welcome return to sushine today, but I was tied up most of the day travelling and at a meeting. This was taken in the early evening from our garden.


April 16th 2018

Back at home on Monday and I only had time to take a few shots during a dog-walk at my regular haunt of Garth Bank. I’ve realised that I’ve photographed and shared this same scene back in February and although I’m trying not to repeat myself during this challenge I think it’s going to happen from time to time. 25 more words


Tiny promises - March buds.

When walking around the woodland garden at The Dingle Garden and Nursery near Welshpool recently we were amazed at the tiny buds awaiting the spring. I want to share these simple photos with you which I hope you enjoy.


Night time in Powys

beneath the silent
infinite stars — countless
sleeping sheep


March 28th 2018

I can’t resist these big skies and despite a cold wind it’s feeling much more spring-like. However as you can see the hedges are still bare with buds only just showing. 24 more words