Jorlam

Jorlam

Posted on 04/28/2015


Photo taken on April 25, 2015

1/125 f/11.0 120.0 mm ISO 100

NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D750

70.0-200.0 mm f/4.0


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Lindisfarne
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Fancy A Stroll?

Fancy A Stroll?

Denis Croissant, +Pattycake+, Jean, Wil Wardle and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


10 comments - The latest ones
Judith Jannetta
Judith Jannetta
Instant fave.....immediately wanting to be there, looking down on the other side
2 years ago.
Jorlam has replied to Judith Jannetta
Thank you Judith for your lovely comments - the fave too..
Lindisfarne is one of my favourite places - so open and wild, very refreshing..
2 years ago.
Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
YES! I love rambling! We call it hiking in North America. Hi Jorlam, how are things?
2 years ago.
Jorlam has replied to Canadian Pacific
Hi Swire.. i used to go hiking, striding out and covering ground.. nowadays i dawdle (ramble) along, often using the camera as an excuse to do just that.. the mind tends to dawdle a lot these days too, off into the land of .... i, now, have the time and inclination to smell the roses not pass them by...
2 years ago.
Canadian Pacific has replied to Jorlam
You live a very wise life then, Jorlam ;D
2 years ago.
Jorlam has replied to Canadian Pacific
Gosh Swire, i wish i did as you suggest...
unfortunately, i'm like everybody else - bumbling along hoping that we cause no harm to anyone but trying to be the best we can be... :-)
2 years ago.
HappySnapper
HappySnapper
I'd love a stroll, How far I go though depends on what's on the other side!
2 years ago.
Jorlam has replied to HappySnapper
But, often, we do not know what is on the other side until we start and the enormity of the undertaking is not seen until we round a corner...
in these circumstances i cannot bear to just turn around and retrace my steps, instead, i find a circuitous route home..
2 years ago.
Jean
Jean
Irresistible. I have to see what's over the hill. I don't like retracing my steps either although sometimes it's interesting to see things the other way round.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Jorlam has replied to Jean
Just like you, Jean, i am forever wondering about what is over the next rise. thank you for your most welcome feedback and the fave too..
Retracing steps, for me, seems to be defeatist.. however, i am forever looking back to see what i may have missed, sometimes my best shots have been found this way..
2 years ago.