#NoirWednesday roundup – ‘The Little House”

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The Bridge House over Stock Beck in the centre of Ambleside. It was built in the 17th century and restored by the town in the 1920s. It is one of the major must have ‘photoshots’ in the Lakes.

A great set of responses to our continuing ‘Noir’ theme – “Let your dark side come out to play…” #NoirWednesday

Thank you to everyone who took part; and to my Silent Eye co-director, Sue Vincent, who not only did us a great post (as did Stuart) but is also gradually showing me how to do these, properly! If you’ve not seen them, why not take a look at the blogs, below, which have contributed to #NoirWednesday.

We’ll be in France for the next two weeks, so I’ll suspend the Noir photo-prompts till we get back, as they need a lot of hands-on to do them justice, and my iPhone might not cope!

Stuart France at Somethingferal

Michael at Morpethroad

Geoff Lepard Tangental

Pensivity101

Sue Vincent at Daily Echo

Phylor’s Blog

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One Comment Add yours

  1. blondieaka says:

    I like your philosophy Steve …teach how to learn 🙂

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