Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

I have had a little more time than usual to be inside the house, due to the appalling weather conditions that we have been experiencing recently. It has been rain, Rain and more RAIN. Just the opposite of conditions recently experienced in Australia.

Anyway, it has given me time to look through my archives and I have had a surprising amount of fun!

I decided to post some photographs in black and white and will begin with this view of our approach to the the Falkirk Wheel. (I have posted one similar, in colour, but without the presence of people.)

Our route to the wheel was by a footpath, reaching the canal near some locks where a sign directed us towards the canal tunnel.

(If you are unfamiliar with the Falkirk Wheel and would like to know more, you can do that by checking my previous upload The Wheel .)

Can you imagine our excitement when, on reaching the further end of the tunnel, we saw a huge, bright semicircle, through which we could discern several huge, silvery arches! To add to that a group of cheerful people came into the frame.

The contrasts between the darkness of the tunnel and the bright sunny exterior, seemed a perfect time to use black and white.

I hope you like it too, and experience a little of the excitement that we felt, Bev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 8698 W: 353 N: 20168] (79736)
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