The couple of pictures below are from the snow we had this month. It meant for the first time I experienced a snow day (I work in education and we closed because of the weather) - in fact it was two snow days! I used one to have a walk around the town and spend a couple of hours half hiding behind our recycling bin whilst the garden birds came and went.
I've been rather remiss with this blog in the last months; one reason being that I don't feel I've been out and about so much (although had a lovely summer holiday in Greece).
Another reason is that I've bought a new phone with a better camera than I had previously and started 365 project - taking a photo a day, but only with my phone. This has certain challenges since although it takes OK pictures, it's not he most controllable camera in the world. However, it's meant I can be a bit more creative with the post-processing: I normally crop and adjust lighting but not much more. I've now been having fun with various apps and applying more extreme filters that I perhaps wouldn't normally bother with.
My 365 blog can be seen at http://procrastinancy.blogspot.com.
The Olympic torch relay reached Great Yarmouth this morning, and we were allowed to leave work in order to go and watch it. It was a good atmosphere; lots of kids around and plenty of cheering.
A chance foray into this garden this evening drew my attention to the number of moths around. I've never really paid them much attention, nor shot anything at night with flash, but I look forward to trying again (and perhaps being more successful with focus!).
A couple of hours in Southwold and some innocent-looking house doors. However, these are no houses, they are part of the Adnams brewery. Standing to take this picture all I could hear was the hissing of steam. Looking through the windows you will see stainless steel rather than sofas (see the condensation in the left window?). Love it.
« Older Posts
© Nancy Collinge