...you wait forever on one, and two come along at the same time!
So, I'll take the first one part of the way then change to the second for the remainder of my journey:
Steph's brooding northern edifice, seen contre-jour from a low viewpoint, is pieced together with creative collage and full of painted textures. A monumental moley masterpiece! Great stuff Steph, and in stark contrast to the gentle rolling summer meadows of Viviens southern landscape. Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights' meets Vaughan-Williams 'A Lark Ascending':
Jump off one bus, and onto the next (it's just as well I have my Auld Git's Travel Card!):
Flying high with Lorraine's multi-coloured kite looking down on sandy beaches gives a great sense of a blustery day at the sea-side. I believe one of the two "edjits" with the dog may in fact be Lorraine herself loving the freedom and pleasure a deserted beach brings us!. Well done Lorraine - it makes a great spacious image:
I will need to fly this kite for a while up at Penshaw Monument to see if I can achieve similar enjoyable lift-off's!