Alphabet Photography Project

I’m linking, at the last-minute, to PODcast’s Alphabet Photography Project.

arch in a hedgerow in hookThis week is A. I was struggling with A, until I remembered this picture.

(Allium, I had initially thought. Then I saw that White Lily Green had taken a beautiful shot which made my humble and slightly bedraggled flower pale in comparison).

So it’s A, for Arch. I snapped this with my camera phone on a Winter’s walk (lost, due to a number of unofficial footpath diversions!) There are a lot of ancient hedgerows around here, twisted into strange and mystical shapes.

Many of them, sadly, are disappearing, along with the flower meadows and cow pastures….and it’s on my bucket list to take some pictures of them before they go (along with blowing the dust off the Nikon and doing a proper photography course!).

For more info on the link, and to check out Charly’s amazing shots, visit PODCast #AlphabetProject.

About sarah

Old enough to know better, still young enough not to care. Property lawyer, sometime developer, writer and mother, coffee lover and cat-napper. I blog about life as a mum in North Wilts.
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4 Responses to Alphabet Photography Project

  1. Alison says:

    I love this photo, the colours are gorgeous

  2. Charly Dove says:

    Oh wow Sarah I love this, what a beautiful arch – wonderful colours. I guess there are some weeks we’ll be on the hunt for specific photos and others where we’ll just go with a photo we already have! Fabulous post, thank you so much for sharing and joining in #alphabetphoto (letter B Linky is up tomorrow until next Tuesday)

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