Stepping into the sunlight by snunney (94885)
jadesgran (5397) 2015-03-28 3:40
Hello Steven Thanks for your recent concern. I am now back at home, rather battered and bruised ( and not a pretty sight). It would be nice to see a similar sunny view out of my bedroom window on waking,but the sheep and cows are a pleasant alternative even if it is dull and wet. Regards Gladys.
Barn Owl in the Palms by edge (6769)
West & Chicago nš 158 - FLOWERS! by npecanhuk (73492)
jadesgran (5397) 2015-02-10 23:04
Hello Neyvan Being a gardener I couldn`t resist commenting on your picture. I like your P.O.V.with the blue flowers leading my eye in to the picture and on into the buildings in the background. Very appealing. Best Wishes Gladys.
Grande Arche by dkmurphys (55867)
jadesgran (5397) 2015-02-06 4:12
Hello Daniel, The graphic lines are most impressive and the inclusion of the people works ever so well adding not only human interest but a fine sense of scale to an imaginatively composed and presented book mark. Best regards Les.
Church of Peace by rychem (32245)
jadesgran (5397) 2015-02-04 22:57
Hello Ryszard A most attractive little church.The architecture is striking and different to the usual. There is a house here in England not far from mine with very similar architecture, but not the same colour sky! Best Wishes Gladys.
Beauty of Snow: Misery of Snow by tyro (23590)
jadesgran (5397) 2015-01-29 13:40
Hello John This is a lovely snow scene. I like the lead in with the unusual trees.I expect your neighbour was pleased with your help.We have only had a few flurries of snow yet ,but am hoping for some in the night.Shame on you for sending your wife out to work and you fraternising with the neighbour.! Ha Ha!
Expecting Bad Weather Today.... by tyro (23590)
jadesgran (5397) 2015-01-28 3:23
Hello John Aren`t you the lucky one! All that snow makes lovely pictures.We have a warning of high winds (which we have right now)and the possible chance of snow.It will be treacherous on Dartmoor if it does come,so any pictures taken will be around our village.Stay warm. Best Wishes Gladys