“Driftwood Horse” – band name, called it.
A few shots stitched together by PanoEdit, of horse sculptures. One is wood, the other is a bronze cast, and it’s pretty much impossible to work out which is which.
I took a photo of him taking a photo of her posing by the driftwood horse.
At the entrance to the Eden Project. A horse made from driftwood. This is actually a couple of photos stitched together by PanoEdit, then given a bit of extra detail and vignette by onOne Perfect B&W.
My hat and the prancing horse.
A ford Mustang GT, splattered with mud.
Horse riding at the Mid Devon Show. Treated with onOne Perfect B&W’s ‘Calotype Paper Negative’ filter for a really old look.
Another day, another walk. Not as long as yesterday’s BigWalk, but not bad. We started by heading into the town centre again, taking a cut along a narrow sloped path that brings us from the bottom of Canal Hill to the multi-storey car park.
I love the telegraph poles and electrical system here in Devon. It all seems very unplanned.
At the bottom of Canal Hill, I took a time-lapse video of the roundabout – one minute of the roundabout in a three-second video: