One Day One World Project: 11:00 – 12:00

The final hour

I spied a spider…

I have done my best to complete the 6 month (24 hour) project set by Lisa of the blog NorthWest Frame of Mind to show what is happening around the world (both home and away) depicting one hour each week. I ran out of ideas during the middle of the night, so it was good to see how others managed this. It certainly was a challenge! Thank you Lisa for making me think about every hour of every day and getting me to record what has been going on in my world during these last 6 months. Today is the last hour. And in line with the foggy autumn weather which has finally arrived in my part of the world, I offer you a few more photos of Ludlow.

Golden bracken in the woods

This week is between 11:00 – 12:00.  I hope you’ll join in! See links for more details.

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

51 thoughts on “One Day One World Project: 11:00 – 12:00”

  1. Spider’s great – and so is your stamina in following the challenge through the day (and night).

    (I need to let you know I’m embarking on a comment freeze for a couple of weeks: I won’t be making or answering comments, in an attempt to break my addiction and to reshape my life a bit more sensibly! I’ll still be posting – there’s a backlog, and life goes on, and it’s my form of memory. I just need to stop clicking every five seconds to see if there’s a comment. Pitiful, eh?)

    1. Even though you are not going to respond to this, I thank you anyway;-)
      Checking for comments can become addictive 😛

    1. Thanks Yvette. I felt that the background on the bracken shot was too intrusive, giving it an art effect seemed to help it blend into the… background! Where it belongs 😉

  2. I’m going with the bracken too. I was only thinking about the bracken in the nearby woods the other day. It is in every shade of brown and gold imaginable at the moment. Nice shot Jude.
    Regards as always, Pete. x

    1. The bracken is lovely, but so difficult to photograph! If it stops raining I may go back up to the woodland and see what I can find this week.

  3. Lovely Autumn colours Jude. Congratulations sticking with this project to the very end. That spider photo is fabulous the way all the dew drops sparkle.

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