Thursday, 28 October 2010

through the looking glass

Time is flying by and this space is somehow eluding me at the moment. A few more photographs from Berwick Manor - the back and side of the house was smothered in the tendrils and deep red autumnal leaves of virginia creeper. I loved the contrast of leaf against stone, and also the view through the steamy bathroom window. This had me running for my camera once I'd emerged from the shower!

 I like the fragile and almost mysterious quality of these images.

13 comments:

harmony and rosie said...

Those are beautiful, atmospheric shots you've captured there D. Been looking out for you here and am hoping you're not overdoing things but phew, mighty relieved you at least have time for a shower!!!

Must get in touch with you for an update!?

K xox

Liz said...

I think these are the most astonishing pictures Diana, so moody and so beautiful. Please please do something with them...enter a competition, screen print them, blow them up huge, they are too too good to keep to yourself and even we your faithful followers...

Dragonfly said...

I'm speechless. These photos are simply wonderful.

Ali said...

Those photos are screaming book jacket to me. Wonderful eye you have, Diana.

MrsP said...

I agree with the others- you must do something with these- they would make a lovely book cover. I wish I had your eye.
Jx

ginny said...

just stunning x

kristina said...

Amazing. I can see why you had to run for your camera! K x

Jacqui Dodds said...

Lovely photos and yes very mysterious. I would never have guessed how they were made if you hadn't said they were through the steamy bathroom window - you could have pretended they were something really arty!

Louise said...

You've such an eye for a great image Diana. x

love those cupcakes said...

Love these images. You are sooooo good at this.

Diane said...

Captured really well too. xx

The Curious Cat said...

Even more beautiful...wow! Would make wonderful wrapping paper too...

Discerning Admirer said...

Reminds me of Day of the Trifids!