The serried ranks of unknown gravestones, the bonnet of the windmill, all clothed in quieted snow. A lovely but somber photo.
Mick, have a good trip?
Comment by PeterP on 31st January 2016 at 08:09
Very nice winters scene. Glad the snow fell on Saturday morning and had all gone by Monday. Snow looks nice on photos but I am glad when its gone.
Comment by Thomas(Tom)Walsh. on 31st January 2016 at 08:56
Neil, very good winter scene but I can't work out what appear to tombstones in such close proximity to the windmill. Where was your vantage point ?
Comment by Maureen on 31st January 2016 at 09:25
Neil..I just love it,the colours are
lovely..and the view is striking,I hope we see some more from you.
Comment by A.W. on 31st January 2016 at 10:29
A good photo Neil.
Comment by irene roberts on 31st January 2016 at 12:06
That's lovely, Neil. Like Tom, I am amazed how the gravestones appear to be close to the windmill.
Comment by Neil Cain on 31st January 2016 at 13:38
I was down the pad that runs from opposite the old Red Lion as was. The perspective is compressed making the stones look closer to the windmill. Just thought it was a different view to the usual windmill shots.
Comment by Neil Rigby on 31st January 2016 at 14:59
The Windmill is approximately 100 yards from the trees.
Comment by Dave (Oy) on 31st January 2016 at 17:35
Nice shot - and nice use of zoom compression :)
Comment by John Morris on 31st January 2016 at 18:18
Good shot Neil, nice to see a different angle on the windmill
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