Posted by CElliottUK (Reading, United Kingdom) on 21 May 2013 in Architecture.
Every November my Dad would appear with a wet newspaper full of wallflower plants bought from the local greengrocer which were planted in the Winter and came up in the Spring
It never occurred to me to ask why they were called wallflowers
In many of the nooks and crevices in the walls of Netley Abbey live wallflowers, these ones are around 6-7 metres above ground level
Now I know
Canon EOS-1D X 1/1000 second F/13.0 ISO 1600 55 mm
It''s on Saturday 25th May, in the historic town of York.
Less than 2 Weeks to go. We are meeting at 10AM on Saturday in the reception area of the Guy Fawkes Inn, High Petergate, YO1 7HP - see you there!
Don't forget the competition - take a shot which...
Which is least likely to be awarded an Aminus3 Spotlight
Has the most number of photographers in it
At 11:14 and 2:22
That sums up "Tourist rubbish"
That sums up the beauty of York
The Grand ol' Duke of York