Skye has had a better day today, we are on an emotional rollercoaster with her at the minute, she’s been eating, pooping, and is a bit more awake today. However she’s now living on the kitchen work benches and follows me about the kitchen tops getting in the way when I’m trying to cook, or as shown here, doing the ironing. She tried to get on the ironing board whilst I was doing it, but settled instead on my freshly ironed clothes. At least we have a respite, as tomorrow was going to be vet day if things had gone on as they were. Very relieved, until the next time.
So on with the ball shots. Today was a very blue sky day, but cold of course, so I waited until nearly sundown before going up to the Angel of the North to catch some golden hour tones in the sky, and on the angel.
This I think is my fave and so my shot of the day,
but also took some from different angles
and also here’s the angel without the ball,
Hope everyone has a good weekend, and Happy Thanksgiving to my USA followers!
We had plans for a grand day out today, but the cat’s been a bit poorly and didn’t want to go too far. The weather wasn’t as nice a yesterday either, but around 5ish it seemed we might get a nice sunset. Frego thought we should get somewhere close to home on higher ground than where we live so we could get some cool shots, so I took her up to the Angel. There was a low bank of thick grey clouds on the horizon, so knew the sunset wasn’t going to be great, but for a little while the higher clouds above got some lovely pink tones and we managed a shot.
Frego’s shot 🙂
Cloudy cold day today, but wanted to get out with my camera, and decided to go and take some shots of The Angel of The north, the statue by Anthony Gormley. I think my Brits will know of it’s history, but my friends from other lands not, so am including a bit of info first. These are from the info board at the entrance to the Angel.
The sky was wonderfully moody, and I took some traditional Angel shots.
and a few detail shots..
When I went down the hill to get the wide shot I noticed to my left that people have been using the bushes to make memorials to their deceased loved ones, it was so poignant, and made me sad.
so this is my shot of the day.
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