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
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
This is another from Donna Wilson’s knitted woodland at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
We had another of our visits to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park yesterday. There were new things to see, as usual, including this which was part of a knitted woodland by Donna Wilson. We don’t really ‘do’ art. Neither of us really understands it properly, and yet we love the sculpture park as it all feels… Continue reading Sleep – 15 of 366
4 of 366 Another festive season officially over; time to hang up my fairy wings for another year. When I was growing up, we had a book of old music-hall piano songs, one of which was “Nobody Loves a Fairy When She’s Forty”. That always sounded ridiculously ancient to me – how on earth could… Continue reading Wings
So, here we are with the first photo of my 366 project for 2012. I guess that a lot of people will be familiar with Quality Street chocolates – and were probably hoping that they’d seen the last of them for another year. I’m not sure whether they’re just a British thing, although I’m sure… Continue reading Quality
Kate at Kate Takes 5 has set a great listography for this week – Our Top 5 Photos of 2011. I’ve just finished writing my post about my favourite blog posts of the year, so this one fits neatly by its side. I’ve used quite small pictures here – if the technology works, they should… Continue reading My Pictures of the Year
The crowd at the Grimethorpe Colliery Band concert on Sunday. I really can’t explain how very cold it was for August. But this picture does kind of tell that better than I could. (This is the kind of thing we do for fun in Yorkshire!). Another in the 365 series.