Wednesday, January 14, 2009

hawthorn, yew, and some well camouflaged cherubs ... in fittleworth churchyard at sunrise









5 comments:

Lucy said...

Beautiful. I can just see the cherubs.

Rouchswalwe said...

The two leaves deep in the shady hinter regions cannot seem to escape that solar spotlight, as though the sun were trying to show us the beauty of romance.

Lucas said...

A very inspiring triad! The cherubs appear from their ground just enough to retain their cherub-like quality. Thanks for this post, Tristan.

TractorStats said...

The cherubs are like one of those colour blind test pictures made up of different sized coloured circles.

tristan said...

thank you all for visiting ... looking back i see that i've been attracted to church-yard cherubs on several occasions ... but none had so much lichen as these, possibly from being in a sheltered corner