Getting Down, Looking Up, Thinking Back

Today’s photo for Becky’s Square Perspectives is one I’ve used before on the blog, so it’s a step back in time, if you like. Also, bluebells aren’t in flower any longer (not that I’ve seen, but to be honest I don’t think I’ve seen a single one this year, what with lockdown and everything!)

I quite like this view of the sky!


Today’s theme for #WorldWatercolorMonth is ‘favourite colour’, and as I like all colours, I’m stumped. So I painted a quick whimsical tree stump!

Making it as colourful as possible!

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It’s Debbie’s One Word Sunday, and the theme this week is Umbrella.

This week, I’ve pushed the boundaries of one of the definitions of the word: a thing that includes or contains many different elements or parts.

We’re looking at my magnifying glass which is over a selection of my crystals. The glass covered all of the stones, but looking through the glass revealed only part of the selection. The link is there. Somewhat stretched, but it’s there! You just have to look at it from a slightly different perspective.

Posted also for Becky’s Square Perspectives.

Shapes in the Shadows


‘Quiet’ is the latest theme for #WorldWatercolorMonth, and I was transported to a view of a river at night. Obviously, the Moon was quite bright, otherwise visibility would have been a little poor. Even the water flows with a serene gentleness at night, helping all the forest dwellers to sleep soundly. In the silvery light, strange shadows can be seen, but surely they’re from the realms of the imagination.

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