It seems like one Shadow Shot Sunday has collided with another! I quite like to post something in between them but it's been one of those weeks when although a lot of the usual happened during the week, it all seems mundane. And the way I look at it - if you've got nothing worth saying, you're better off saying nothing - so here we go!
I took my shadow shot today from the little wooden bridge about a mile from where we live. The railway line seems to run for ever, though in truth it only heads up as far as the little seaside town of Aberystwyth before diverting down along the west coast. The sun has been glorious today. I wish I could have been on the beach there!
But the country walk along the single track lane over the bridge is gorgeous too. I love the areas of dappled shade and the shadows of the trees splayed across the road, keeping you cool.
We had our annual village fete yesterday. It was great. All the usual things like Hoopla, seeing if you could make the bell ring with the sledge hammer (one for the boys, that one!) tombola, dancing around the May Pole (even if it was 2nd July) and different games for the village school children. Cake stalls and Produce stalls - I was helping out on the Plant Stall. And tables and chairs where you could sit down and have a cup of tea and a piece of cake,if you wanted to when it all got too much!
Just behind our stall, there was an art exhibition. About four or five years ago one of the local ladies contracted an illness which eventually confined her to a wheelchair. She has created some of the most amazingly beautiful pictures of local scenes and birds and animals. Truly inspiring.
It was such a lovely day.
Hope you've had a good weekend too!