Photo a day challenge July 31 I am still here so that is something to be grateful for and therefor not goodbye but onwards and onwards we go hopefully without too many spikes and even more hopefully a steady trend downwards as far as the pandemic is concerned. So, reasons to be cheerful: Family First....my …
Horizon: July 30 Photo a Day Challenge
A farther view depending on how far above sea level you are standing.......... Horizon A fascination and my inspiration in photography and painting for many years. How far away is the horizon line? According to Wikipedia: " distance to the true horizon from an observer close to the Earth's surface is about where h is height above sea level and R is …
July 29 Seaweed Green?
JUly Colours and letters challenge In November last year I was on a course at St Ives School of painting. The theme was 'Finding Your Voice' and an excellent place for art courses. All about being authentic in your art practice and challenging your perceptions in making art. During the course we had to find …
Friends Family Fairies and a Funeral
Six Word Saturday A strange week full of mixed emotions for the family and my circle of friends. The week was overshadowed by the deeply sad farewell to an amazing woman. Celebration of a life so rich, that touched so many people over a span of over nine decades with a virtual service and a …
From a Fairies Perspective
Square Perspective Challenge I'm late with my post today as we had an early start this morning on a trip to Audley End Fairy Trail. The Fairy settings were enchanting, and especially so for my two year old Grand Daughter, for whom it was her first visit. So lovely to spend the day there and …
View from the bottom to the TOP- Lofty heights!
The Alliums have reached lofty heights and now waiting for the Agapanthus to bloom, Square Perspectives Giant Alliums
Path- Photo a Day Prompt July 21
Up the Garden Path today look what I found- seemingly a daisy but yellow not the usual white with yellow centre, this is life at the moment and yearnings for places further afield are soon to be realised later in the year...with a planned visit to St Ives. During which was to be the Arts …
July 20 Colours and Letters: ‘S’
Sky Sea Sand SkyscapesSeascapesStormy SkiesSunriseSunset
When it's raining outside.......
Pair – One Word Sunday
#Silent Sunday A Pair of..... Photo Credit: Ben Beach and Featured Image: Ben Beach
Whose bed is it any way?
Square Perspectives Six word Saturday It's all a matter of perspective- and who gets there first- or last? My gorgeous Grand Daughter came for the day and vied with my cat Rex to occupy the play space. As cats do - he always plonks himself right in the middle of any space to claim ownership- …
As a child I remember seeing the film based on this dreadful event in history. Made in 1953 the film Fair Wind to Java
Wordless Wednesday Post July 15 – I love foxes
Photo a Day July 15 : Funny
Captions should read: Photo bombing slippers; funny face; what was I thinking; look behind you!
it’s just a question of perspective……….
Becky's Square Perspectives July 14 On the trail of sculpture...Snape Maltings and Serpentine.
Happy Birthday to my best friend.
Lizard Point, Landewednack
One of my favourite places in the world The LIzard. Such an overwhelming feeling to stand on the edge of the cliff looking out to a seemingly endless seascape.
Green Lake Whistler, Furry Creake Squamish, Alta Lake Whistler and more…..
The most amazing vast landscape in British Columbia. Lakes on a trip to Whistler Mountain, such wonderful names Alta Lake, Furry Creake and Squamish. One image is taken in The Strait of Georgia near Furry Creake- so not strictly a Lake but still amazing.
Squares in Perspective
Becky's Square Challenge: Perspective : Is not always what it seems depending on your perspective. Wicken Fen from a hide. Number seven is not a square but this is how the complete image looks of the cropped top two!
July 8 Colours and Letters Prompt: ‘Y’
Yaletown Vancouver is where I stayed a few years back with my old school friend. My friend lives on Granville Island, but we stayed in Yaletown for part of my visit which is just a short ferry ride across the way. Some days I was left to explore on my own, but always managed (surprisingly) …
River (Beane)- July 8 Photo a Day
Winter view of River Beane River Beane borders Hartham Common- the view from my studio at Dicker Mill. Some years ago the river was furnished with a new bridge, across the Beane, that joins Hertford via a pathway that leads all the way through to Ware. Video of the waterways of Hertford An interesting fact …
Ruby was my maternal Grandmother's name I knew her for just a few years before she died. An eccentric, superstitious quirky woman. I loved visiting her small cottage. She would allow me to dust the ornaments on the sideboard. The room was never used except as a walk through to the kitchen. And still had …
July photo a day challenge: Round Round and round we go with the repetitive patterns of life and nature. The seasons in sequence. The horizon line we see as a straight line is in fact curved, is this the same for time. Are we going forward or just on a treadmill going round and round......... …
IMpetuous you might say, but as I like to call myself - decisive! My posts bear witness to muddles and mistakes with places and ping-backs. How difficult is it to distinguish between One Word Sunday and Silent Sunday for example. If I would just take a breath and read through and proof read it would …
GLIDE Gliding across the sky........... https://videopress.com/v/IUVjXmoK?loop=true&preloadContent=metadata ,........gliding(!) across the ice 🙂
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