Thanks, Eric. I had fun making the man and the crown more visible. It was a bit like seeing an an image surface on photographic paper in a darkroom.
I like that a lot! There’s a header picture on my site – it’s a run down old house. I my old theme the height and width of the header images was much smaller and I thought the house was next to some sort of fire. When I changed to the new theme and re-uploaded the picture, it turns out that fire is actually something else!
Maybe some day you’ll land on it and let me know if you see what I see : )
You’ve got me all interested now, Eric. I think I’ll have to click through your headers until I find it.
That is terrific, Ashley. The figure looks like he is writhing, yet, is unable to actually move.
Thank you, Karen. I think I and my images have benefitted from my going a bit slower over the past few days.
Brilliant – I absolutely love this!
Thanks very much. And welcome to the mayhem.
Great image – is that the hint of a shield on the man’s arm?
It is indeed. He’s been there for ages, I photographed him a long time ago before he was painted over.
Intriguing. It’s funny, just before I looked at this photo, I’d been out for a walk and seen some lovely cast brass bee icons embedded in the sidewalk in front of a local jewellery store. It pays to look down sometimes!
They sound delightful, Mrs Daffodil.
It does indeed pay to look at the ground sometimes.
I like very much Syncy!
Thanks, Shaun, me too.
I feel like this is something else I would have managed to completely miss…
your eye for detail(s) is remarkable, S.E…
Thanks, Robert, you’re as kind as ever.
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