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)
One of our favourite discoveries this year has been the Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield. It’s created on the old Bretton Estate, which once provided a home to Bretton Hall, a college for arts and teaching students. I studied theatre and dallied with music, and so Bretton Hall was fairly clearly on my radar… Continue reading Student Halls Revisited
We used to build hiding places like this all the time as children; we lived on the edge of town and had lots of fields and open areas within about five minutes’ walk. The place we grew up in is now much more built up, and most of those fields have gone. This hiding place… Continue reading Hiding (24 of 365)
‘One’ is a theme on the 365 Project I’m taking part in, and is also the theme for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge. This is from a recent trip to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and a perfect image for springtime.
One of the installations at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park was this set of pieces based on bales of hay. We both thought these were great; nothing difficult to interpret and brought out a smile in each of us. I wish I’d been just a little to the right when taking this set of three. But… Continue reading Round (21 of 365)
Fabulous day out today at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, more of which when I have a little more time.
This project started at the beginning of 2011 ( I first heard about it over at klsbear.wordpress.com). I joined in during March – almost three months in – in the hope that it would encourage me to take more pictures, and that practice would help me to improve my photography skills. It became a treasure hunt… Continue reading 365 Photo Project (2011)