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Monochrome Monday 7-45

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine started publishing a monochrome series on Instagram. One of the images was taken while I was standing next to her in Wales back in 2019. I liked her edit and took out my own images to play a bit with them. It didn’t come up to my mind initially to try this in monochrome. But, I’m happy, I did.

Take care!

 

photo-of-the-day, photography, travel, world

Throwback Thursday: Fare well!

I guess you know this tree if you saw my yesterdays post.

It’s the same tree, but a whole trip was between these two images. Yesterdays image was the first photo taken in Wales and this one was the last photo. Morning and evening made a trip šŸ™‚

This tree usually stands in the lake. But, the water level was very low because of the lack of rain during the winter. At least 0,5 meterĀ of water is missing. The lake is approximately 2 miles (3.2Ā km) long and in size about 240 acres (~1 kmĀ²). So, you’re able to calculate, how many liters or mĀ³Ā of water is missing. And, summer has not come until now. We only have May!

Climatic changes everywhere.

Take care!

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Daily Prompt: Singular Sensation

This lonely tree, I found in Brittany, is my contribution to todays assignment at “The daily Prompt” called singular sensation.

I liked the unique shape of this tree and the fact to be located alone, surrounded by grain and a few lower bushes. So, it’s not only its uniqueness, that made me choose this photo. Also theĀ  fact, that it’s standing aloneĀ  in the fields gave me the idea to choose it.

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More on my travels in France (and elsewhere) can be found by using the categories on the right of this post. My most current posts are focused on traveling in Cuba.