Monday 31 December 2018

Miscelanious Lincolnshire Images.

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.

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