70 thoughts on “Twenty Shades of Green: Fountains Abbey

  1. The number of shades of green in nature – especially in summer – has impressed me for a long time. I’m wanting to create a color continuum,, but I fear that task would be monumental – but you have captured a segment of it. Oh – you volunteer there! Cheers to your efforts and thanks for capturing this beauty!

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      1. Last night I thought the roof was going to blow off! I knew Cornwall was a bit wet, but no-one mentioned the gale force winds! Should have known better than to live on the top of the downs!

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  2. I’ve just immersed myself in this beautiful collection and felt the wash of peace which comes from such a special place. One day I’ll visit for real but in the meantime, this has been a real tonic.

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  3. These are great, Margaret! The 4th one really stands out, it reminds me of a painting you might see in an art museum, aesthetic, balanced and extremely atmospheric!

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  4. I really like the way you have used the leaves to frame the views of the abbey, and the mossy roots of the grand tree in the first photo are gorgeous. What a wonderful place for a wander.

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