Lens-Artists Photography Challenge | Shadows
Without light there would be no shadows.
Like a lot of things in life finding Pilsdon Pen was a fluke. We were driving back to Bridport in Dorset after visiting Lyme Regis and me being, well, me, decided to return via the country roads instead of the direct route. Admiring the views surreptitiously as I was driving along the narrow winding road, it was a relief to find a layby to pull into. Obviously a spot with a view as there were already a couple of cars parked there.
The panorama was spectacular, rolling hills, cliffs and in the distance, the sea. After taking a few photos, I headed across the road to a stile that I had spied which led to a path up a hill. Thinking that I might get even better views from the hill, I hopped over the stile.
And found that I was on Pilsdon Pen, the highest point in Dorset.
And I was particularly fascinated by the late afternoon shadows of the trees bordering that field.
If you enjoy a walk, short or long, then you may enjoy visiting Jo’s Monday Walk where you are in for a treat.
Hotels and houses clinging to the edge of the cliffs, yachts floating in the harbour and long evening shadows of people walking at the edge of the sea. Could be the Mediterranean.
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But it’s not.