Monthly Archives: August 2012

And if One Milk Bottle Should Accidentally Fall…

…there’d be no point crying over spilt milk.  These milk bottles were photographed at a country fair.  Each one shown has a different design, many focusing on breakfast as the main meal where a milk bottle might appear on the … Continue reading

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Tractors

This row of brightly coloured tractors caught my eye at the Rudgwick Steam and Country Fair, East Sussex, a few years ago.  I like the way the front of each is visible as the line curves away.  I also like the … Continue reading

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Uncropped

August brings with it the reaping of the harvest.  Here is the ripe grain awaiting the harvesters.  In times gone by it would have been done by hand with scythes, although now it is highly mechanised. “Lift up your eyes, and look on … Continue reading

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Piano Keys

Piano keys.  How often does one see them like this?  Here are a pair of sharps (or flats, if you prefer) in their shining glory.  Two fingers bridging the musical gap between the adjacent white tones of C and D and then again … Continue reading

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Piano – Black, White and Red

Last week’s image of a piano showed the length of the keys.  This week, by contrast, I chose a small aperture for the image to render only a couple of keys in focus.  The remainder, both in front and behind, … Continue reading

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