#SundayStills ~ Defined by the Weather #Weathered #Photography #History

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt at Second Wind Leisure Perspectives.

This week’s theme is ‘weathered’ The header image and the following two were created to mark the sinking of the Royal Charter off the coast of Anglesey in October 1859. Of the 490 passengers and crew, only around 40 survived, none of them women or children. Cast in bronze, the weather has dramatically changed the colour.

The tree is an indication of the winds in exposed areas.

A piece of driftwood looks like it had a pounding before it was tossed up on the beach.

This landscape has been carved out over millennia.

The Lion Bridge is overlooked by Alnwick Castle and guarded by Percy Lion, who is weathering well. 

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13 comments

  1. I love how the weather changed the colours of the bronzes Cathy, it makes them look even more poignant. Wishing you all a lovely evening and much love from our house to yours 🤗💖🐕 xxx

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