This was taken, edited and uploaded earlier in December.
This photograph is the first in a series of photographs collected together to form the "in Miniature" collection. I hope to eventually have a range of close-up shots of everyday, easily missed objects.
I really like how this shot turned out. If you like this too, you can purchase this photograph here. You don't have to fork out for a frame, you can also buy it as a greeting card or postcard (costs £1.18 for a postcard, £1.48 for a standard sized greeting card).
Until next time.....
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- "We take a right turn!"
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- "Looking back with rose tinted glasses"
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