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A very do nothing day. Darker and wetter than yesterday. All I managed was cleaning the bathroom.
Christmas stuff was brought down from the loft but nothing much was done otherwise. I tried to e-mail Pam but things kept going wrong and in the end I gave up.
Went to the Pillars making sure I had my handbag and bought milk. Afterwards I re-photographed the solar panels. I quite liked yesterday's effort but I think I did better today. Queued to get into the Pillars for the first time. The marquee was full and the car park nearly. It was as if the rain had brought everyone out.
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Annemarie said:

a great abstractism here
6 weeks ago

Malik Raoulda said:

Superbe refléxion bien traitée...!
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Rosalyn Hilborne said:

Grey rainy days are good for black and white photos Jean, as you prove here!
Very well captured.
6 weeks ago

Jocelyne Villoing said:

Ce n'est pas verglacé et c'est déjà bien !****************
Bon jeudi Jean.
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Joe, Son of the Rock said:

Lovely abstract shot, Jean, with great play between light and shadow. All the best, Joe
6 weeks ago

Keith Burton said:

I quite like this one Jean...............I don't think I've seen anything like it on here.

I like the light, shadows and reflections..........which together make a nice abstract, whilst still being able to tell what the subject is. Mono was the right way to go!
6 weeks ago

tiabunna said:

Lovely abstract b/w presentation, Jean - making the best of a dreich day. :-)
6 weeks ago

Chrissy said:

wären die Schrauben nicht, sähe es aus wie eine fantastische Rutsche
6 weeks ago ( translate )

HappySnapper said:

Different approach here Jean, has worked to good effect.
6 weeks ago

Cheryl Kelly (cher12… said:

Nicely done!
5 weeks ago ( translate )