We walked from Drewsteignton to Chagford on a rare hot, sunny day. I was being introduced to the walk – “It’s a great walk. Not too difficult.” It is and it wasn’t.
I took the camera with no particular plan in mind and immediately picked up on Peter Randall-Page’s work which had been placed in natural settings . . .
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. . . prompting thoughts of shapes, some man-made and functional . . .
. . . others natural, as we joined the Hunter’s Path above the Teign valley . . .
The churches and roofs of Drewsteignton and Chagford fitted the landscape . . .
For a while, the path followed alongside the river, which was forming patterns of its own . . .
Colour creates a different perspective – a fresh ‘reality’ . . .
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- My thanks to Edward Chorlton for our brief discussion before the concert last evening about sculpture photographed in black and white.
(Images by Bill Whateley)