Part 1 HERE Part 2 HERE Part 3 HERE Today I’m concentrating on the lovely people who dress up in authentic costumes for this event.
Part 1 HERE and Part 2 HERE So lovely to see the shiny old cars, and they’re all still in working order. A classic Ford Admirable side lights! Love how everyone get dressed up in period clothing though having a mobile phone is a bit incongruous 🙂 Ringtons Tea is still going strong and makes an excellent cuppa! Newcastle Ales are still around too Not sure what this is but it was really noisy!
Part 1 HERE More old vehicles from days of yore A 1910 Karrier and his engine decoration Vulcan No idea what it is, but it’s big Optimus Prime? Anyone remember these? Penny farthings Ariel Matchless Perry 2 cylinder 1916
A quieter day at the tree this evening, just a couple of dog walkers and a runner going by. So I had a little climb of the tree, to look along the lower branch.
Faffing about today. This is a shot of sequins on a table, through a water droplet on a glass sheet suspended 6″ above the sequins. Took ages to focus on the water drop. Happy shiny Saturday wordy peeps.
If it would stop raining/sunning/snowing/hailing, we’d get the back lawn cut!
I’ve been struggling with this shot for 1 & 1/2 hours, still can’t get it right. Will be going back to it to get it how it looks in my head at some point, but it’s late (again!) now, so time to stop.
So I got through my long 12 hour day, got home, had dinner, did work updates/emails and then it’s 9.30pm and the last thing I feel like doing is my photo. But you have to push through and get one done at times like this, so I shot some coloured craft beads you string to make bracelets, (it’s a kid thing). Anyway close up they look a bit manky, and if I hd the time I’d scrub them up and start again, but my body is telling me STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND VEG RIGHT NOW!!
Sun turns blue and gold but winter air still lingers, strange times we live in. A Wardley Haiku 😀 Today it has snowed, and hailed, and been sunny, and very very windy and cold. In my conservatory the sun illuminated my glass art work, while it hailed outside on the front garden. Strange times.