The big tree (Wide Wednesday Results)
A couple of weeks ago we were at Charlecote park just as this old tree was being cut back to reduce the chance of windfall causing problems - which might well prove to be timely given the weather forecast for this weekend!
I thought it looked stark against the bright blue sky.
I appear to be descending into a head cold so commenting might well be curtailed tonight :-(
Wide Wednesday Results.
PipersMom – New snowfall in the Rockies
Carolina – New Graffiti – old bridge
DavidC – Fisheye Helix regeneration area in Newcastle (see the news link below too)
RichardG – A lovely hazy new place to walk
AH14 – another new place to walk – be sure to view the beach huts in the extra
RMeinz – he is indeed a very naughty boy
but with a splendid old bike
Hanulli – making great use of the wide angle lens distortion of perspective
Missycat – silhouettes at dawn
OSuzannah – an architectural interior – be sure to look in large
Terrifo – River Taw new tide on a winter morning
Special mentions for innovation (which is welcome in Wide Wednesday)
Bella888 – a collage of beach scenes which we’ve not had previously in Wide Wednesday
TimB2503 – another uncommon viewpoint for Wide Wednesday
DavidC's blip had me thinking of how we get more young people, particularly girls, interested in STEM subjects at school. I then came across this news article which probably illustrates the problem - at least in the English education system. Over 30+ years in technology I worked with a number of women engineers and found them to be just as good as the men .... and frequently more open to new ideas.