Day 281~366

Well we got up really early and went off to the sea to see the sun come up. Which it did, but unlike the past few days there was an abominable amount of cloud, so we didn’t see it at all 😦  On top of that the air was chilly and the wind was blowing a hooley, so I wished  we’d stayed in bed really. But the sea was wild and noisy so little Frego was undaunted and went to try and get some dramatic B&W shots.

On the rocks
Drama Queen


  1. Frego is a daring gal! What adventures await down the road? Nice shots, BTW. 😉

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    1. Thanks Naomi, it all depends on the weather!


  2. Be careful on those rocks, Frego!
    I am pleased to report that i didn’t get up until 9am today! Mind you, I was busy all day after.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. She’s a bit derring-do Pete, unlike myself!


  3. Great black and white shots. Good composition with those rocks leading the eye into the painting. Intentional?

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    1. Yes, i guess in painting you have similar concepts like rule of thirds, leading lines, etc etc.


  4. Making lemonade out of lemons here – but I’ll still hope for some better days upcoming for you guys! After weeks of clouds, today dawned cold but gorgeous here. I’ll take the sun, even if it means a little cool air!

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    1. I agree, I don’t care if it’s cold so long as the sun is out and the sky is blue!

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  5. Great shots, love the B&W Fraggy.

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  6. Is that a little Lego man on the rocks with a gun to his head?

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    1. Nope it’s a little lady lego photographer with a camera, you need to read the posts!

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