A Black and White Sunday
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. View all posts by Heyjude
33 thoughts on “A Black and White Sunday”
I’m leavin’ on a jet plane, Don’t know when I’ll be back again… but a train would be very nice, Jude. Isn’t this effective? Trailing hugs and a wracking cough behind me. I think I’ll take it easy for a day or two. Well, one anyway, because the walkers will be out on Tuesday. No rest for the wicked! Take care 🙂 🙂
Take care of yourself Jo. Wracking cough doesn’t sound good. Almost a proper ex-pat now!
Cough doesn’t sound good….rest rather than walk, or it’ll stay with you for longer than you want
But she won’t listen to us, Jude…..and the poor people on the plane….
Better keep her mouth shut. 😉
Oh no! I promise to be good Sue. Airport wine is ridiculously expensive. Glad it wasn’t my shout 😃😃
Airport anything is pricey….nice captive audience
Well don’t have a G&T at Lisbon airport. I reckon we could have bought an entire bottle of gin for the price of two glasses!! Most expensive ever. But we do have a sort of tradition of having a G&T before a flight.
Safe journey, Jo!
Thanks darlin xx
You’re most welcome.
That ‘feels’ like an American train, and the overexposure reminds me of ‘real’ cameras, before digital. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete. x
Canadian train between Vancouver and Toronto – you can just make out the Observation roof on the second carriage.
Very much so. Although the American trains have ‘upstairs’ a great way to travel. I don’t know why we don’t have double decker trains – oh yes, tunnels…
When I used to commute to school (1967-1969) on what was known as the Dartford Loop Line, the trains had a ‘mezzanine’ with upper seating, but were not really double deckers.
I never knew that.
You were too young. 🙂 x
I was a northerner!
Still had your train pulled by Stephenson’s Rocket? I get it. 🙂
Lov the high key effect, Jude
Works well here, doesn’t always though. I do recollect some gorgeous flowers of yours done in high key.
I dabble in it occasionally!
A dream train Jude!
It was a dream holiday Gilly.
What a fantastic rendering! 🙂
Thanks Pit – ‘low key’ I think.
I don’t know the term. I just like the effect. 😉
Duh! High Key! Almost entirely very bright with very little or no dark shadows present.
Thanks for the explanation. 🙂
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