Perhaps a little bit off-the-wall with my choice of subject-matter today but I really loved the way the afternoon sun was highlighting the grain of our pine wood kitchen door – especially as it fell as one thick diagonal stripe of light against dark 🙂
Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: New Pic, Any Topic
Cobbled tow-path leading up towards Three Mills Island, Bow, East London for Cee’s B&W Challenge: Walking Paths this week 🙂
The riverside pathway underneath the Bow Flyover, East London for this week’s Cee’s B&W Challenge 🙂
A row of bicycles for hire for Cee’s B&W Challenge: Wheels this week 🙂
Stratford, East London
Wooden roof-beams in a partially-renovated 18th Century tidal water-mill.
House Mill, Three Mills Island, Bromley-by-Bow, East London 🙂
Cee’s B&W Challenge: Things Made of Wood
This sculpture of two clasped hands was unveiled in 2001 to commemorate the centenary anniversary of the accidental death of four workmen in a previously sealed well on July 12th 1901. One man was overcome by gas at the bottom of the well, and three others in turn died while trying to rescue their stricken colleagues.
‘Helping Hands’ can be found on Three Mills Green, East London
Cee’s B&W Challenge: Hands
An old pic from 2015, but it seemed perfect for Cee’s B&W Challenge: Two of Anything this week.
Two daughters with two baby bumps, resulting in my two youngest grandchildren, who both turn two this year ❤ ❤
Fairground lights, Christmas lights, and everyday street lights in the rain for Cee’s B&W Challenge: Lights this week 🙂