Another majestic sunset…

…just look at those swirly, gently coloured clouds, layer upon layer: I just love the view from my kitchen when the sky is looking good!

Another majestic sunset…

…just look at those swirly, gently coloured clouds, layer upon layer: I just love the view from my kitchen when the sky is looking good!

What to do with a vase of daffodils?

Place it on a table with an embroidered tablecloth, and take a few different images, from different angles! I restricted myself to one lens that I rarely use because it’s too heavy for me…. ….first up, I stood on a

What to do with a vase of daffodils?

Place it on a table with an embroidered tablecloth, and take a few different images, from different angles! I restricted myself to one lens that I rarely use because it’s too heavy for me…. ….first up, I stood on a

Six Word Saturday: The first signs of Spring, perhaps?

Not my best image from Wisley….but you get the idea, yes? linked to Six Word Saturday here

Six Word Saturday: The first signs of Spring, perhaps?

Not my best image from Wisley….but you get the idea, yes? linked to Six Word Saturday here

The missing Four

Pauline (https://retiredfromgypsylife.wordpress.com) very correctly commented that in my post More Variations on a Theme, I missed the number 4….. basically because I did have a shot, but the people weren’t in silhouette, and I haven’t straightened the image properly – but

The missing Four

Pauline (https://retiredfromgypsylife.wordpress.com) very correctly commented that in my post More Variations on a Theme, I missed the number 4….. basically because I did have a shot, but the people weren’t in silhouette, and I haven’t straightened the image properly – but

Shadows and flowers

Another image from a productive day yesterday. As if the morning’s silhouettes weren’t enough (shown in my post More variations on a theme), the afternoon sunlight through the blinds in my front room had me rushing for the camera:  

Shadows and flowers

Another image from a productive day yesterday. As if the morning’s silhouettes weren’t enough (shown in my post More variations on a theme), the afternoon sunlight through the blinds in my front room had me rushing for the camera:  

Last night’s sky

Last evenings sky was a relatively gentle palette, quite a contrast to the ‘Fire in the Sky’ that I posted recently… Perhaps subdued might be a better descriptor:

Last night’s sky

Last evenings sky was a relatively gentle palette, quite a contrast to the ‘Fire in the Sky’ that I posted recently… Perhaps subdued might be a better descriptor: