Today I thought I would enter the challenge hosted by Cee, the Flower of the Day. This is for two reasons, the first that I am excited that all of a sudden the spring flowers are pushing their way through on the grass bank outside my home, a definite sign that we can start looking… Continue reading FOTD – 9th Feb 2019 – Unknown
My favorite challenge is the Friendly Friday challenge, hosted alternately by The Snow Melts Somewhere, and Amanda at Something to Ponder About, this week with Snow, who has given the challenge of 'stay in your comfort zone'. I've had a good think about this one, and am going to start with two of my real… Continue reading Friendly Friday – stay in your comfort zone
This week Cee's B&W photo challenge is the subject 'Construction related'. Living here in Kingston we have a lot of construction going on almost constantly. Today was a nice sunny day, cold, but not clouded and snowing like the few days before. I set about trying to get some good contrasts with the sky and… Continue reading Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything Construction Related
Yesterday I continued my trek down the River Thames. Picking up where I left off before at Kingston Bridge, and following the river down to Walton-Upon-Thames. This was breaking into new territory for me as I have not been past Hampton Court in the past. It also meant I really had no idea how far… Continue reading River Walks – Kingston to Walton-on-Thames
The weather has been wavering around freezing this last week, which has seen me full of cold, and the kids super excited about the little bit of snow we have seen. I took these photos on Tuesday, when the light just changed into something magical for a few moments, not long after sunrise. If you… Continue reading A cold morning by the river
The third installment in my River thames walks picks up where I left off before. I have been waiting for a sunny day, but January is the best month for these so I decided to risk it with the sky overcast and dark, and whilst the sun is not shing from the waters surface, I… Continue reading River Walks – Teddington to Kingston
6 a.m. is my time. The boys are still asleep in their cozy beds, dreaming their small child dreams. They are safe and undemanding. I walk into the living room, half open both sets of curtains and look out on Kingston Bridge, quiet for the moment, asleep like the homeless people living in the arches… Continue reading Kingston Bridge at 6 a.m.