I have rushes of both delight and alarm on seeing a bit of my life in a museum; it happens more often than I’d like to admit. This one was mostly delight. I found it at the Beamish museum this spring. In the bit of the afternoon where Mike and I had parted for some… Continue reading Nanna’s Tablecloth
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
Yorkshire Sculpture Park this afternoon. Just as the snow was starting.
A replica of Stephenson’s Rocket on display at the Railway Museum. I’m ever so behind with the 366, but I’m determined not to feel too pressured about it. When I feel relaxed about it, I love taking part, and that’s what it’s all supposed to be about!
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
For “Night Shot” on the 365 Project (131 of 365) We weren’t sure what was happening here; the Scarborough lifeboat seemed to be stuck on the beach, with about 10 men winching it onto a tractor and then moving it back to the lifeboat shed. We watched them for a long time; some great teamwork… Continue reading Scarborough Lifeboat
For “Under Water” on the 365 Project (130 of 365) I kept this one back for a post of its own. I did get quite daring with the camera when I was taking my wave pictures of Scarborough last week, but Mike always manages to go that one step further. Here he is getting right… Continue reading Scarborough Waves Again