Looks like it's not going anywhere - you certainly wouldn't argue with it
Then again ... time and tree rootsTop half of same wall with lovely shades of soft moss greens and browns
This entry was posted on April 23, 2012 by DoF@theinfill. It was filed under Home, Human construction, Natural items and was tagged with Eastern Scottish Borders, garden photography, Northumberland, photography.
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A blog in which I play around the shallow end of the art of photography as a form of self expression: much the same as bad watercolours with an occasional serendipitous outcome.
I run a second blog theinfill about working on a 1/2th scale dolls' house whilst in a state of ignorance of rules, mores and necessary skills. Great fun and lots of room for invention and learning.
A collection of images from both can be found on Flickr for those of us who prefer an image driven browse.
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