Shropshire Hills

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9 comments on “Shropshire Hills

  1. vever02 says:

    Wow wonderful scenery, I like your picture.
    Very nice green …
    Have a nice day.

  2. icelandpenny says:

    The misty colours are mesmerizing, like watercolour captured in a camera. (This demonstration of colour, and how it is rendered, reminds me of a Canadian artist who moved from the radiant sparkling hard-edged colour of Yukon Territory to the blurry seascapes of the BC coast, and could not paint for a year — he had to find a new way to paint. Not surprisingly, he shifted from acrylics to watercolour…)

    • dianaed2013 says:

      Thank you so much Penny – I di not drive so had persuaded my husband to go to the Long Mynd near sunset and it was very rewarding – it is going into a landscape competition so we shall see. Can you remember the name of the artist? Am going to catch up with your blog later.

      • icelandpenny says:

        Ted Harrison, born in Wingate County Durham in 1926, died only last year; search under his name or for his images. A friend of mine worked for the CBC inYukon & got to know Ted & his wife well, knew them again when she had moved back to Vancouver & they had also moved south.

  3. louise237 says:

    Picturesque scenery…

  4. The soft greens and rounded hill sides are perfectly paired.
    Good luck with the competition!

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