The prompt for Day 4 was ‘Breakfast’. Well you can’t beat a boiled chucky~egg with toasty soldiers can you? Day 5’s prompt was ‘Relinquish’. I’ll let you make your own interpretation of what I was relinquishing! Day 6 was ‘Letters’. I chose an old calligraphy artwork I did back in the 90’s, a poem written in 1941 called High Flight by John Gillespie McGee Jr, an American serving with the Royal Canadian Air Force. It’s my favourite piece of work that I did. Day 7 ~ Open. (This one’s for Kim 😘) A good book can open the heart and the…
In previous years I’ve done a photography review of the year but I didn’t really do much this year to review what with all the covid stuff going on, and no outings to history venues with my pal Sophie. It kinda killed my photo mojo as that’s my favourite thing to do. Apart from some polaroid and iphone shots of our visiting felines, it’s been slim pickings. But that can’t go on. I’ve given myself a stern talking to and am ready to get back to it. Inspired by Connie over at Adventures in Every Day Life who did a…
cheeky chops Cal on his Sunday visit to Grandad’s house. 🙂
my blossom tree, and a bit of blue sky! lovely!!
Thursday was a long drive through the lake district,to see clients. 266 mile round trip, was glad of the company!
Ben has been staying with me again this week, and carrying my bags for me to work.
Sunday Lunch 🙂
Ben’s visiting, crap photo but no time for the real stuff. Glad to have my boy back again 🙂 I don’t really have a squinty eye!
took this on Friday night just as I’d finished my work, the business has taken over my life now, and I’m struggling to keep up with a 365. Don’t really want to be doing phone shots at the last minute, as it isn’t helpful to my photography at all! Never mind. Will have to try harder to find decent day shots when I’m out and about. But its not easy when you’re on a tight schedule.