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Hardy

SlowSong

Thanks for dropping by. All clicks and comments very much appreciated. Smile

I like documentary and street photography, but a bit of anything else on the side. I tend not to use Photoshop too much, just sticking to the basic adjustments, but sometimes break free to try something "arty".

Thank you for visiting. I love seeing all your photos and hope you like mine.

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Hardy

6 May 2016 12:22PM   Views : 452 Unique : 255

Aren't plants wonderful. Our drive used to be lovely and grassy with lots of little wild flowers growin in it. For about four years, since someone new bought the property next door, cars, lorries and vans have been constantly going up and down the drive. Now builders have moved in next door working on the extension, leaving behind a dusting of concrete, dust, sand and whatever else builders use.

Came out today and there sitting all alone in amongst the dust and mess was this little grape hyacinth. Had to take its photo as I was so proud of its determination. SmileSmileSmile I'll replant it soon, somewhere nice. It deserves it.

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