Laying claim to layers Published on 21 Oct 201921 Dec 2019 by Laura Bloomsbury I have walked through many lives,some of them my ownand I am not who I was, Stanley Kunitz ~ The Layers layers of peeling paint on an abandoned boat stones that break the surface, weed that goes with the flow – so many tiers to a river bed luscious layers to a Cornish Longwool tiers of texture and ‘vintage’ colour contrast between arable and woodland slabbed mudflats of Martlesham, Suffolk – (& split toning effect of 2 colour layers) Linking up with Amy’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge of Layered Like this:Like Loading...
14 thoughts on “Laying claim to layers”
That Cornish Longwool looks very well coiffured, like it just came back from the salon 😀
i wanted to run my fingers through that magnificent coat
Finely layered in these different approaches, Laura. And that is a profound quote to start the week with.
thank you Tish – once I started looking I could see layers everywhere! Good to start Monday morning with a bit of brain teaser
I’m very fond of layers – however they come 🙂
especially those that keep me warm
Same here. Lots of vests.
Beautiful layer series, Laura! The last two images are my favorite photos. Thank you for joining in! 💖
was such a versatile prompt – thank you Amy
Many interpretations possible – and you gave us some great ones – love the Longwool very much – and the rich quote. Makes me think.
Thank you Leya – you more than most must appreciate layers!
Excellent selections. Nicely done.
thank you John
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