Discussion in 'User Created Art' started by Druid of Lûhn, May 4, 2013.
That's exactly what I was thinking.
Well, there was a wall just behind us and when you can't see the slope or the bottom, it just doesn't seem scary.
Here are some more of the ruins:
Still more ruins:
Right; I don't know if you aussies are bored of ruins yet, but here is the last picture:
(That's my gym teacher who was taking us up to the ruins. We originally went up hoping to see over the clouds that were coming in. Turned out to be worse up there.)
The rose has gone from cool to amazing. I really should take more photos of it.
FLOWERS! These are some of my favourite flowers in our garden. I decided to take my camera out this morning.
Seeing as I don't have a macro lens, to take these I had to zoom in really far and stand back to be able to focus.
These flowers remind me of Miss Havisham in Dickens' “Great Expectations”
These photos are great! Love the one of the lilac flowers.
The 2nd and the last one <3
My thoughts exactly.
I love the second last one especially. They remind me of starfish for some reason...
What are those star-shaped purple flowers Druid? The rest look like peonies and roses....?
They're beautiful, but I have no idea; when it comes to plants I'm not much of an expert on names.
Here is an edit I did to the last one:
^^That's cool. It would make a great book cover!
It's been such a loooong time since I read "Great Expectations". If I remember correctly, I read it when I was around 13. At the time I remembered thinking it was a very weird story.
It is a very weird story. I never read the book in its entirety (didn't need to and I knew the story) but I've read the graphic novel and watched the BBC series (3 hours and it was really good).
Photos from the Coast to Coast walk last year.
These were some epic cairns at the top of a mountain. (called Nine Standards Rig: 9 cairns) You could see them for miles!
Steam-punk post-apocalyptic area (it was near old mines and quarries, the buildings were for smelting the ore)
awesome pictures amazing
you're a great photographer Druid
I love photos of ruins
Thank you Emerlas: there are so many other pictures though; these are only the ones that look good.
@SJ: I love ruins too; all Medieval stuff I really like.
Here are some artistic photos I took in Scotland (the more holiday trip ones are in a thread just for that):
^^ Oh very nice
The second pic looks like foxglove...?
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