Gary Liggett

Gary Liggett

Posted on 02/02/2014


Photo taken on September  8, 2013



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The Greenwood Grove.

The Greenwood Grove.
Camera: Rollei 35
Lens: 40mm Triotar
Film: HP5+
Fibre-based print

© Gary Liggett 2013. No usage permitted without prior written consent. All rights reserved.

Tan Tee Huah, [esc27], Alfred Magesacher, Holden Richards and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo


17 comments - The latest ones
Falling Thru The Lens ... Goodbye...
Falling Thru The Len…
This feels so peaceful and restorative ... I feel as if I'm beginning to recognize this place; it's like a homecoming just looking at it, even though I've never been there!
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to Falling Thru The Len…
That is exactly how I feel when I am there, Jacki! Thank you for your empathy with this special place. :-)
4 years ago.
Falling Thru The Len… has replied to Gary Liggett
Your photograph is wonderfully expressive :-)
4 years ago.
Dave Hilditch
Dave Hilditch
It's lovely to walk alongside these little streams and hear the tinkling of the water.
Excellent image, Gary.
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to Dave Hilditch
Thanks very much, Dave. :-)
4 years ago.
Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland
Very beautiful scenery.
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to Don Sutherland
Thank you, Don. :-)
4 years ago.
The Plastic Botanist
The Plastic Botanist
Love the tones
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to The Plastic Botanist
Thank you very much! :-)
4 years ago.
beverleyplaya
beverleyplaya
o0o it seems the bad weather has washed away
some of the bank exposing the roots ... but I see the
date as Spetember last year ... perhaps it has come
away through dryness rather than wetness ... and I
hope they leave some of those felled trees for the
little creatures of the wood '-) o0o
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to beverleyplaya
I was in this area yesterday, Bev. Lots of trees snapped off like matchsticks, rivers filled with trees washed down in the floods. Such a pitiful sight to behold...
4 years ago.
beverleyplaya has replied to Gary Liggett
o0o I can imagine ... here also is the same, it is a worrying sight to see
and no end in sight either ... today is terrible, and it started during the
night ... I am very concerned about the amount of trees that are stood
in water and have been for such a long time ... the weeping willows
seem to naturally cope better ... we see these around the River Avon
in Stratford and they recover ... but the other trees ... no ... they do
literally drown ... a relatively small period of time they will recover
but this has been going on far too long ... where would we be without
our wonderful trees ... but you know hawks and owls are starting to
find it difficult to find food ... it all has a knock on effect ....
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to beverleyplaya
I couldn't agree more, Bev. Trees support the entire ecosystem. You are quite right about Willow trees, they are voracious drinkers! I was in the Trough of Bowland - where this photo was made - the other day. So many of the beautiful trees there have been snapped in half, like match stalks, by the high winds. As you know, I'm a great lover of trees, so I find it difficult to see them suffering.
4 years ago.
Fantasyfan
Fantasyfan
Lovely nature view
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to Fantasyfan
Thank you! :-)
4 years ago.
Alfred Magesacher
Alfred Magesacher
what a pieceful landscape
4 years ago.
Gary Liggett has replied to Alfred Magesacher
It's a lovely place to be. Thank you, Alfred.
4 years ago.