Part of my 366 Project. I took this picture on the beach at Blyth. We were there a couple of weeks ago, and it was pretty cold and windy. It seems quite a bleak place, but then there are lots and lots of benches with bits of poetry and songs and quotations on them. And… Continue reading Love on the Beach at Blyth
A photo for the 366 Project. We don’t make a great deal of use of the spice rack, but Mike’s been tidying the kitchen and decided that he’d put the herbs and spices into alphabetical order. A lot of these are very old, and possibly the ones that came with the rack when I bought… Continue reading Organised
For the 366 Project I’ve been playing around with Instagram lately, and am falling in love with the way that it can make a very simple photo into something really special. This isn’t an Instagram picture, but I’ve used Picasa to create a similar feel.
I’m following along with Exploring the Senses, a lovely e-course from Susannah Conway, and today’s email had me thinking lots about colour and particularly red. I don’t have lots of time this evening, but I had a bit of a creative burst and photographed a few bits at work as I was waiting for Mike… Continue reading Seeing Red
A rare contribution to the 366 for this year. Spotted at the harbour in St Ives last week.
Another from our balcony overlooking Porthmeor Beach, St Ives.
Had a very productive day at work today – lots of things ticked off the ‘to do’ list. And then the apostrophe / @ key came off while I was typing. Two of my favourite symbols. I’m guessing it gave up from over-use.
Shooting through a wire fence is one of the posts over at Digital Photography School today. We had a couple of zoo visits last year, and fences being a major issue means that some of the photography is quite challenging. I liked this one, though – and partly because it doesn’t really stick within the… Continue reading Through a Wire Fence