This is my contribution to the challenge set by Debbie at Travel With Intent for her challenge, One Word Sunday, the word being this week , Circle. I have focused on two fo my favorite circles, the Sun and the Moon, both caught here in a slightly different perspective.
I have seen this a few times over the last year, each time it seems to have grown a little. The building has been boarded up since I can remember, being right by the main railway station in Kingston, but the wrong side of the tracks obviously. Despite the general run down feel, and obvious… Continue reading A different kind of Street Art
In my series of articles about Greece I have been trailing through the Ionian Islands. If you have been following I hope you have enjoyed the journey so far, for now I will continue with the exploration of Cephalonia. As you head down the coast road further, if you are missing out Lixouri and the… Continue reading Kefalonia – and a dark night on a mountain
The changing Seasons is a challenge put up by Su from Zimmerbitch, a blogger from NZ. This is my first attempt, so I hope I get it right. I have already put posts up from walks and bike rides I have been doing, so I am pulling photos from the month that have not seen… Continue reading The Changing Seasons – February 2019
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
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