WPC: A Narrow View

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Good morning from a very cold and frosty Hastings day.  At least it is sunny, but the temperatures are just above freezing at the moment. My heater is going and I am wrapped up with a blanket at the moment. I really am looking forward to spring.

Anyway, enough of the grumps.   has given us the prompt of finding something narrow.

This week, let’s keep things narrow (but not narrow-minded!): share a photo with your take on the theme. You could focus on a slender object, or shoot an image where your field of vision is restricted. Alleyways and half-open doors, seesaws and water slides, spaghetti and electric cords… the world is full of narrow things. I can’t wait to see which one you’ll pick for your entry.

So, first up is the narrow view through some tree trunks at the branches and skies above the tree.

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Then there are these narrow vertical lines.

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And narrow horizontal lines in this lego tower.

The Daily Post: Narrow

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Bigger than life

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Good morning from a rather stormy Hastings day.

Just to distract me from the weather I went searching for warmer weather in my archives.  Cee’s black & white challenge is asking us for large objects.  I have lots of large trees, but there were too many to look through, and then I found this power pylon.

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I know they are not a favourite among landscape photographers, but I don’t mind them – close up they have some great lines and angles.

Also, I must apologise for not really getting around to everyone’s blogs.  My browser is not loading anything that well at the moment.  I must get my son to sort it out.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Large Objects

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