An odd outdoor picture frame

North Yorkshire, Walking

How odd. Out walking recently, I found a circular picture frame at the edge of a field. It hadn’t chosen its view with care. Look.

Who wants a landscape with a tatty old fence post in the foreground? If it had chosen the previous field, it could have had a portrait of an odd number of cows filling the frame.

If it had re-sited itself only slightly, it could have had part of the view shown in the header photo.

If it had applied itself, it could have taken a lesson from the frame near Brimham Rocks. That’s chosen its view with advantage.

Frankly, the frame I found hadn’t made an effort. It had taken no care with its appearance either. It was just an odd-ball.

For Becky’s Square Odds.

43 thoughts on “An odd outdoor picture frame

  1. Gosh, I love this post Margaret – thank you so much for framing it so well; really thought provoking!!
    It’s such a nice idea to have a large frame as a ‘sculpture’… perhaps there are sometimes cows in the field that the first frame looks into… I’m imagining those huge beauties you’ve got in your photo posing individually in that odd, round frame…!!

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  2. I saw your comments about planning travel now. It’s so complicated. When we went to Vancouver in July, Canada was only open to families of Canadians or people with permanent residency. We had to bring our son’s birth certificate, a photo of his American passport and his citizenship status. Crazy! And then there were the PR tests…etc. But hopefully all this planning is worth it. I am hoping it will be for you.

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