Happy New Year to everyone.
These are just a few images taken over the last week of 2018 around my favourite areas of Lincolnshire.
|The Parish Church at Market Stainton.|
Tealby Thorpe, a favourite location of mine which I've photographed many times but, as far
as I can remember, never in the winter.
|A wintery sky which allows us to see the skeleton traces of the trees.|
"The Rambler's Church" at Walesby, so called as it sits on the long distance footpath
"The Viking Way" offering walkers somewhere to sit and rest.
Each Christmas ramblers from far & wide come to this church for a special service
dedicated to them.
|A windswept "Big Sky" with a typical field headland.|
The old Village Hall at Stainton le Vale. The small cubicle just to the left of the entrance
is a Portaloo, left open for Ramblers to use. Very convenient (sorry couldn't resist it).
|St. Andrews Church at Stainton le Vale.|
|This large painting is over 6 feet in width, restored in the memory of a parishioner.|
Another typical "Big Sky" view which Lincolnshire is known for and also showing the
rolling nature of the Lincolnshire chalk hills.
So that's all for 2018.
Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 12-100 Pro Lens.