Monthly Archives: May 2013

Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is Escape (take a look at some of the entries). After racking my brains as to what images might suit, searching for quotations that might lead me to something, I suddenly realised….it was a complete

Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is Escape (take a look at some of the entries). After racking my brains as to what images might suit, searching for quotations that might lead me to something, I suddenly realised….it was a complete

Weekly Travel Theme: The Four Elements

Interesting idea over at ‘Where’s my Backpack?’ for the Weekly Travel Theme – this week it is The Four Elements. Off for another trawl of the archives… For Earth I have chosen an image I took many years ago in

Weekly Travel Theme: The Four Elements

Interesting idea over at ‘Where’s my Backpack?’ for the Weekly Travel Theme – this week it is The Four Elements. Off for another trawl of the archives… For Earth I have chosen an image I took many years ago in

Lingering Look at Windows

Well, here we are again for another Thursday Lingering Look at Windows….Following on from my posting last week, here as promised are some modern stained glass windows. At Fontfroide abbey, I was most taken by the beautiful swirling patterns in

Lingering Look at Windows

Well, here we are again for another Thursday Lingering Look at Windows….Following on from my posting last week, here as promised are some modern stained glass windows. At Fontfroide abbey, I was most taken by the beautiful swirling patterns in

Having fun with double exposures

Yesterday, can’t remember how, but I came across a mobile app for creating double exposures on an iPad (or phone, for that matter)..Duomatic. A whole lot of fun trying to work out which image combinations would work well using this

Having fun with double exposures

Yesterday, can’t remember how, but I came across a mobile app for creating double exposures on an iPad (or phone, for that matter)..Duomatic. A whole lot of fun trying to work out which image combinations would work well using this

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge : The Season of Spring

Well, Spring has certainly come late to the UK this year, but I’m pleased to notice things springing (ho ho) up in the garden at long last… So, here for Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge this week, are my Spring images.

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge : The Season of Spring

Well, Spring has certainly come late to the UK this year, but I’m pleased to notice things springing (ho ho) up in the garden at long last… So, here for Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge this week, are my Spring images.

The Abandoned Village of Tyneham

Tyneham (in Dorset, in the Purbeck area) has variously been referred to as a ‘lost’ or a ‘ghost’ village. The reality is that, in 1943, Winston Churchill’s war Cabinet issued notices of clearance to the village residents as the land

The Abandoned Village of Tyneham

Tyneham (in Dorset, in the Purbeck area) has variously been referred to as a ‘lost’ or a ‘ghost’ village. The reality is that, in 1943, Winston Churchill’s war Cabinet issued notices of clearance to the village residents as the land

Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns

This week, the Weekly Photo Challenge is patterns. I just couldn’t get started, as I wanted to try and find at least one unusual pattern, and decided I would give it a miss, then…Bingo! I was sorting through some images

Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns

This week, the Weekly Photo Challenge is patterns. I just couldn’t get started, as I wanted to try and find at least one unusual pattern, and decided I would give it a miss, then…Bingo! I was sorting through some images

Weekly Travel Theme: Beaches

Over at Where’s My Backpack, the Travel theme for this week is beaches. Now I’m not really a beach person, or at least not in the usual sense…I like my beaches out of season, uncrowded. I can probably count the

Weekly Travel Theme: Beaches

Over at Where’s My Backpack, the Travel theme for this week is beaches. Now I’m not really a beach person, or at least not in the usual sense…I like my beaches out of season, uncrowded. I can probably count the