Goosebumps & textures at the lake

My daughter is wild – a wild water swimmer and so a New year’s day dip in the lake was just up her street. For me it meant a walkabout and the chance to savour some twig and branch textures in wintry display – without frosting and under a low lit morning sky.

ducks and wild water swimmers
armature
natural planting in waves
last year’s bramble berries
this year’s (male) hazel flowers

Dedicated to Catherine who has done so much to help me through the tangle of decisions I am having to make.

4 comments

  1. Oh how my soul longs to be a wild water swimmer. And oh how my flesh shudders top to toe at the thought of actually doing it. I know one wild water swimmer who becomes utterly euphoric after a dip in the Shropshire hills’ natural reservoirs. These are very atmospheric scenes, Laura.

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  2. Nice. I think black and white is perfect for winter images reflecting the dark days but showing a glimmer of hope for the days to come with the hazel flowers.

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