Tuesday, March 24, 2009

This Week's Featured Print

This week's image comes from some when we were fortunate enough to live on a working farm in Norfolk county, England.

Norfolk lies in an area of England called East Anglia. Named after the homelands of the Anglo-Saxons in northern Germany it is, at least where I live, not nearly as flat as has been described. Rolling I would say is a good word to use. It is peppered with WWII airfields and if you remember the opening sequence of Memphis Belle then you have a good idea.

Looking out of our kitchen window we often saw the sun setting behind the infamous English hedgerows but, as happens in a land acclaimed for it's magical light, all the pieces fell together this evening. A quick step out of the front door and voila' a little slice of East Anglia captured to help us remember just how blessed we are to have lived here.

As my Featured Image of the week you are able to purchase the base print for a reduced price for this week only from my preferred top-quality printing e-commerce partner ImageKind. Normal matting and framing prices apply. To see this image at my ImageKind gallery page please click here.

Please check back next week to see a new Featured Image from my image collection of "Unique Imagery From Around the World".

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