#SundayStills ~ Out of This World #Nature #Photography

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt.


This week’s prompt is Out of This World. According to the dictionary this phrase has many synonyms including impressive, marvelous, glorious and delightful. 

I found the inside of Salisbury Cathederal very impressive, especially the medieval clock that’s on display.

The image on the left looks like it might be ‘out of this world’ but it’s just an incredible tree growing out of sandstone rock in the grounds of Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire.

I’m not sure what it is about stone circles but they do seem to have a certain atmosphere. The small circle below is the Duddo stones, named after the nearby village in Northumberland and are the remains of a Neolithic|Bronze Age monument. The strange shapes are due to thousands of years of weather conditions.

This was a much larger circle, Castlerigg in Cumbria, too big to get in one shot as I didn’t have a wide angle lens at the time, so these are just small sections. The whole circle is very impressive though.

It was exhilarating to be on top of Conwy mountain, looking down at the town and far beyond.

An ‘out of this world’ prompt has to have a moon photo.

14 thoughts on “#SundayStills ~ Out of This World #Nature #Photography

  1. All of these are out of this world amazing, Cathy! The cathedral must have felt glorious inside. I always love seeing stone circles–thanks for sharing those. But your moon shot with the cloud BEHIND it–spectacular. I think daylight moons are more stunning than ones shot at night–something about the details is better!

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