Here is my entry for Aroused blog’s, Friday Foto Fun Challenge with the topic Framed. I love taking photos framed in, well, anything. Sometimnes for the things beyond, but more often for the sake of the frame itself.
If you have been reading this series of blogs about the Island of Cephalonia, you will know I left us having struggled to take the journey much past Fiscardo in the North after the last edition. What can I say, a lot of things happened in Fiscardo. If you missed that episode then please click… Continue reading Kefalonia – Adventures on a moped
The last couple of mornings have been rather misty. A very pretty start to the days which are now turning out warm and sunny. Yes we have early spring here in London. We must be doing something right. If I were a believer in gods and diving punishment, I would say maybe we have it… Continue reading Misty Morning
This week's Friendly Friday challenge is hosted by The Snow Melts Somewhere, and the theme is Dreamy. For this I have chosen the sky, which is ever changing and absolutely fascinating to me in the colour and texture it brings to life. My selected photos are all what I would call dreamy, although taken with… Continue reading Friendly Friday – Dreamy
I have found a new challenge hosted by Nancy Merrill with the theme of Black & White. I was fortunate be shooting in B&W today and thought I would join in. I took this today, my son Oscar was completely focused on a jigsaw puzzle, the natural sunlight was streaming through on his face, and… Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Black & White
I had an interesting time today, visiting some friends who live on a Dutch Barge on the Thames in Kingston. This is somewhat larger that the British version, and actually makes for some serious living space. Whilst I imagine the lifestyle comes with some challenges, particularly in the dead of winter, on a sunny day… Continue reading Gertruida
This weeks Lens-Artist is hosted by Patty at P.A. Moed. The theme is nature which gives us a lot of scope. I have chosen a set of macro and other close ups of flowers along the River Thames, mostly because they remind me that the long lazy summer days are heading our way. Something to… Continue reading Lens-Artist #33 – Nature
The light was a little surreal last night, with dark storm clouds we did no think we would get a sunset at all. Then as I cycled home I noticed the gap between the dense cloud and horizon so followed down the Thames to get these shots. I was late to pick the kids up… Continue reading Sunset on the Thames