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La Porte

Amboise in Loire et Cher, France 2014

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Bay Ness Rainbow

Rainbow Sky, Bay Ness near Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire Coast

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End of the rainbow

Pot of gold – Hole of Horcum, North Yorkshire Moors

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Lead in lines to Shades of Autumn

The following image was taken exactly 12 months ago but is very on-topic for todays post.  The colours of autumn are just coming into view and the the composition uses the canal as a lead in line to the image.  “Lead in lines” was the theme of the last competition we ran over at The Digital Lightroom and “Shades of Autumn” is the current theme.

The competition is open until 14 December so plenty of time to get out and capture Autumn in an image.  Further details of how to enter the competition can be found at The Digital Lightroom.

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Gardening tips

This one is literally written in stone – Gorse needs a good pete soil 😉

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Waterfall

NIK Color Efex Pro 4 – last day of trial.  Waterfall in Rainforest Biome at The Eden Project 29.10.2012

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Heart of England Way

View from Rowington towards Mousley End (approximate) on the Heart of England Way, 18.11.2012

Iesus Hominum Salvator

I had to look this up – what does ihs mean on a cross…

The devotions and venerations also extend to the IHS christogram (a monogram of the Holy Name), derived from the Greek word IHSOUS (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ) for Jesus, or referring to Iesus Hominum Salvator, Jesus saviour of mankind, representing the Holy Name (Wikipedia).

Now you know.

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