Toward their destiny

On this part of the trip, we’d rented a cottage in Stow-on-the-Wold and made day trips from there. We’d start each day with an idea of where we were heading, but for various reasons those plans almost never worked out.

We DID mean to be in this town, but only because I had it confused with someplace else that I’d seen on a previous visit. After a pub lunch (in a building that dates to ~1400), we wandered around the churchyard. I’d like to tell you that I set up the shot of that couple walking toward the graveyard. But I just hate to lie to my loyal reader(s), so I’ll go ahead and let you know that was a lucky composition that went unnoticed until I got home. Sometimes these things work out…

Bretforton, UK
photographed 6.2.2017

Posted on June 27, 2017, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Great photo, the stones must be hundreds of years old.

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  2. The icing (frosting) on the cake having that couple hand-in-hand on the left edge

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    • I know! Ehpem has a theory that I carry inflatable boulders in my camera bag, so I always have them on hand in case I need them for a composition. Maybe I need to think about adding inflatable people, too!

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  3. Wonderful .. and to think they were probably oblivious. Things do work out ..

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