Longstone 2

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chris stockdale
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Re: Longstone 2

Postby chris stockdale » Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:44 am

Hi Graham,

I love all the little details. No wonder it’s taken a couple of years to bring it all together. A great depiction of a small railway ambling through countryside.

I checked my dictionary: bucolic seems to sum it up nicely. :D

Cheers,

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Re: Longstone 2

Postby Grum » Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:59 am

How did it go at Eastleigh Bill?

Yes, we get a lot of rain up on these 'ere hills, it's all lush and green at the moment.

(But mainly caused by my new camera, - I can't get used to it yet. The reds were coming out weak and pink so I boosted the colour settings.)

"Bucolic", I thought it was an illness, so I had to look it up too. Yes, good description.

Thanks

Graham


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