Well done Rosie for spotting that the film location was indeed Pride & Prejudice featuring Ms Kiera Knightly balancing on top of a rock at Stanage Edge.
And to the other Rosie, did you seriously think I wouldn't take a photo of Little John's Grave? (Little John as in Robin Hoods big Mate)
Love the gate & mossy tree trunk. I'm always looking for, and seeing more when I'm out and about with my camera now too.
I agree, blogging really does open your eyes a good deal wider. I love your stone chappy! x
We talked about this when we met didn't we? I too take photos of things now that would previously gone un noticed before blogging!
I love this last one!
I know what you mean about blogging giving you a different perspective when out and about the camera. I was taking what I thought were artistic shots of the garden but my boy thought I'd gone dolally tap. Happy belated birthday to the mister.
I continue to be very happy that I found your blog. Looking at these wonderful photos makes me feel like I've been on a lovely mini vacation today(instead of being stuck in the office, which is my reality). Thanks! :)
Great photos, Diane - like you and Lyn I have begun to look for more details when taking photographs for my blog - and I love doing it. Love all your details from you Hathersage visit:)
Ahhh I knew you wouldn't let me down! Little John's grave was so exciting, I mean we'd seen him on the tv, with Richard Greene as RH.
I love the picture of the stone flowers, and the gargoyle. These odd little things are a such joy to come across and so worth recording.
I like the idea that the joy is in the detail (rather than the devil but maybe that only applies to work). You certainly found some very lovely details to share.
The Button Tin - my kind of shop!
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