With enough time, lichen and moss even stone can fray.
A little HDR drama to start with.
I sometimes worry that like me the girls can be quite happily lost in their own little worlds.
Pillar detail in a more faithful rendering.
These were shot at Fountains Abbey on our annual road trip to Lytham.
6 thoughts on “The Steady Dissolution of Edges”
Love the stonework and the young lady feeling the textures beneath her fingers 🙂
Excellent choices! Lovely work 🙂
Gorgeous photos, Ali. And I hope you are more at ease knowing your daughters have a keen ability to focus, which will come in handy at school and other endeavours! My 2 cents’ worth is that you & your wife cherish and cultivate that laser-focus, but I’m sure you will find what works best for the kids. 🙂
Sadly it is a focus on anything but what is immediately in front of us. Daydreaming maybe a better word for it, and it annoys my wife no end 🙂