Sunday, November 28, 2010

Architecture in the Snow

A snowfall has a wonderful tendency to turn pieces of natural architecture into something magical....

... and to sprinkle a bit of magic over man-made architecture.

Hogweed stems
Durham Cathedral from Observatory Hill
Lunchtime today

10 comments:

  1. Waw, great pictures.. the first one is wonderful! i loved it..

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  2. That's a stunning shot of the Hogweed.

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  3. Couldn't agree more Phil.
    Agree with Adrian, that Hogweed is a cracking shot.

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  4. Beautiful. And I just checked out your last post.... I'm doing a series of ancient tree drawings, so I was thrilled to see your photos of old trees.

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  5. Two lovely pictures, Phil. I like the way you get under things with that little camera of yours.

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  6. Wonderfully observed Hogweed Phil, just lovely.

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  7. The Hogweed is especially good. The weather recently has been perfect for atmospheric shots. Brian

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  8. Thanks Brian, the clear blue sky makes a great background on snowy days. Apologies for the slow response - I've been neglecting this blog a bit recently. Regards, Phil

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