Ten Cats later I now have just Rex living with me. At one time I had nine of my own plus my Daughter's two living with me.
'P' A plethora of choice for this prompt today. Party, Pub, Portrait, pigeons, to name a few. I was going with pigeons, but then thought, of course it's obvious, Painting. But then I thought! Of course it has to be Painting, although I haven't been doing much painting lately, just some watercolour sketchbook work. https://videopress.com/v/kbmDRtGO?preloadContent=metadata …
To Sit In Solemn Silence
Stumped for inspiration I searched my library using the letter S and another random selection appeared under the heading of structures. Trolling through the images a pattern emerged (in my head) hope you agree there is a tenuous link in these photographs.
A search for 'E' in the library selected five hundred and sixty eight images. Some really random family groups and questionable landscapes which may be more Epic than Edifice. So here are my selected images- over the top as ever- apologies for my Enthusiasm this morning. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Perspective A lovely walk in the countryside today with my Grandson - we were looking for anything yellow. The field caught my eye first, but then you begin to see all sorts of yellow flowers and various things lying around, a lovely morning walk looking through the eyes of a child from his perspective.
Square Perspective Playing with perspective in these images used in a collage piece
As we say goodbye to June on this cool and cloudy day things are not really looking so bright
It has to be this pair of contenders:
Dorothy Cross : Storm in a teacup On a grey wet day in Hastings!
For my Grand Daughters Birthday one year as a special treat we went to The Sanderson Hotel to attend The Mad Hatter Tea Party. The Interior of the hotel was very quirky and the first thing we saw in the reception area was these bar stools with eyes! WE tried out all of the chairs....... …
Six Word Saturday I posted Sea Fever by John Masefield for my Friday Ragtag daily post and all this week I have been mourning my May holiday to Cornwall that didn't happen..... Like many of you I'm sure I need to visit to the sea at various times during the year...it calls to me..and even …
I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky,
Relax ing in my wonderful compact garden. Enough for me to take care of, and immense pleasure after the work of tidying, watering, pruning, preening and mowing the lawn...now time to relax.
This line of moorings on the quayside at Blakeney......
It has to be - Ice Cream my irresistible and only vice - however full - whenever - whatever the weather - I'm there- My Grand Children agree!
Wordless Wednesday : In My Garden This Week ; Sketchbook.
Vivid June Photo a Day Challenge Bright, Intense and full of life can only describe one person for me. The vivid memories I have of my dear friend who opened my eyes to a zest for life, joy, fun and friendship. Wonderful times that will stay with me, tinged with a sadness that she is …
Macro Monday #46 Giant Alliums slowly unfurling....
That's what i call a view! Two years ago in Cornwall - a last minute holiday. Fantastic July weather and what a view. We didn't have to go far with this amazing scenery and spent most of the week just watching the tide and it's ebb and flow.
Bathed in a Pool of Light
Not Salisbury Sculpture Park! A slip of the mind I’m afraid sorry it was of course YORKSHIRE ! 🙏🏼😂😂