13 thoughts on “Palm covered walkway.

  1. Beautiful photograph, David. I found your blog through Shimon’s. What a wonderful web of connection we all share. 🙂

    1. Thank you Jane,
      Shimon is such an interesting person, I have been following his blog for several years, although he did go off the grid for a while and I thought it would be sad if I lost contact, but he came back full of vigour.
      Yes, internet connectivity makes for a very small world, with so many interesting people just a keystroke away.

      1. Hello David, yes, Shimon did go quiet for a while and it’s great to see him back. He’s a special soul. I hope you are finding your feet back in the UK? Your photographs are beautiful.

        1. Good afternoon,
          First many thanks & yes slowly, the weather & cost of things also shops shutting when everyone gets off work.
          Day by day. 🙂

        2. Yes, David, step by step. You have a flexible nature, you’ve got this covered. 🙂

    1. Thanks, yes exactly what I thought when I was wandering round looking for interesting bits in & about the village. The wall on the left is topped by a water channel for irrigation.

    1. Thank you, I have been trying to get toned screen images to look as near the colour I get when toning B&W fibre papers in the darkroom: I use combinations of (potassium ferricyanide, ferric salt and acid) these give a nice variation of blue depending on dilution. Hard to match on the screen, for that read fun with Adobe PS6, then if digital printing add another headache !!

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