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Monday 4th January 2010

It was another fantastic day for taking photos. The London skies have been cloudless, allowing us to see far off into the distance giving us a hazy view of its famous landmarks. If we’re high enough to see them that is.

Today’s photo takes advantage of the tranquility of the park I was in during my lunch break. Waterlow Park a beautiful and today its beauty came from its peaceful atmosphere. I hope this photo conveys this.

Even though I’m only four days into this, I’m finding it harder each day to choose my image. What I am telling myself is that certain things will be there to capture again and some just won’t. I think this is the latter hence my choice for today.

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  1. 4 January 2010 at 10:33 pm

    hmmmm in facing this photo of today, in the same way a fan of fine art would approach a painting by one of the masters in the Tatemof course, with much analysing and hmmm-ing it hits me !! this is a very symbolic picture and a good one for the start of the year, i see a long winding path, beautifully captured i should add, which could well represent the path of recovery for some….. hmmmm yessss i also see (scratches chin) a big tree and a little treee…… now which do you wanna be the big tree or the little tree??????? ………….

  2. Annette
    5 January 2010 at 3:22 am

    Very nice picture..that is why I always post more than one..I cannot decide!

  3. Dawn
    5 January 2010 at 8:51 pm

    Quite a challenge, every day… Enjoying so far though.

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