There are a few particular words on the 365 list that I’ve really struggled with. Overcast has possibly challenged me more than any other. There have been many occasions in the past few months where we’ve set off out on a cloudy day, my excitement building at the thought of being able to capture an… Continue reading Overcast (121 of 365)
Have you considered the things you’d take to an open air concert? The idea of spending any time considering what we’d need or how to prepare ourselves never occured to us. The Kate Rusby concert last Saturday night was, strangely, the first time I’d been to something like this. By the time we saw the… Continue reading What to Take to an Open Air Concert
Mike and I had a lovely day out at Chester Zoo a couple of weekends ago. I wrote about the Butterfly House there, and I have a draft post about the whole visit that I keep meaning to finish. But for now – and for The Gallery over at Sticky Fingers – a picture of… Continue reading Photo Gallery : Animal
We’ve had a terrific day out at Chester Zoo today. The Weekly Photo Challenge on WordPress.com called for a picture of an Entrance. Here’s the entrance to the butterfly house. And a couple of favourites from the butterfly pictures I took today.
Our journey across to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne was via the causeway, which is flooded by the sea for part of each day. We went across just as it was clearing and becoming safe to pass over. As I think the photograph shows, there was still a fair bit of water on the causeway.… Continue reading Wet (102 of 365)
The fisherman on Lindisfarne apparantly use their old fishing boats to make huts just up from the harbour and the beach…
… and “Worn” for the Weekly Photo Challenge. A boat on the edge of the little beach and harbour on Lindisfarne. This picture was taken as part of my 365 Photography project, which you can read about (and find links to the pictures for the themes I’ve covered so far) here on my 365 page.
On the beach at Bamburgh. I’ve no idea who these people are, but thought they’d be great for the theme.