Portrait of a Mystery Ruin – under the surface

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In yesterday’s post I mentioned that I am going to be away for a week and have set up a series of photos to be posted while I’m gone, so that I don’t miss my photo a day, and this is the start of it.

 I hope you’ll follow as the week unfolds to reveal the answer to the mystery of what it is or rather was.

Anyone who has been following my blog for a while knows that I like to really explore a subject but usually start big and then get smaller and smaller. Not so this time as you will see.

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I hope I will be able to read some of my favourite blogs and respond to comments but that may or may not be possible so I apologise if it’s not..

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You can see my other “Portrait of ‘s ” here and here and here !! 

.and if you’d like to you can read my other blog 1500 Saturdays here  

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12 thoughts on “Portrait of a Mystery Ruin – under the surface

  1. I like that very much, Helen! It could be a flower with a sinuous stem. I was going to suggest mono, but the subtle palette really helps it. Very well seen. I’m going to reblog it. Hope you’re fine! Adrian

  2. Reblogged this on FATman Photos and commented:
    A very well seen image from Helen Cherry – it could be some kind of flower on top of a sinuous stem – wonderful! I was going to suggest mono, but the subtle colours really add a lot to it, and the textures are terrific! My only criticism is that the pink brick or stone towards upper right is too prominent – but that’s a very minor thing. Be reassured – Minimalism is alive and well! FATman

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