Friday, June 29, 2012

Lovely peat stacks

This and last years Peats

Great lumps of  brown gold. Hewn from t'ground by the hands of a local crofter and neatly stacked outside their home. How cool is that? See how straight the edges are, how flat the top. It's still shrinking as it dries so it'll go more like it's neighbour in time. But it has a beauty all of it's own. It typifies the village where these things abound.

Taken with an old Koroll 24s and fomapan 400

BTW: if you get a moment, go and have a look at Bosse's blog. Wonderful alt photography

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