Our labrador is meant to be a gun dog. We went to pick her up when N was just under 3 months old, so they’ve grown up together. She’s a lovely temperament, is great around children and is a good protector. She is a rubbish gundog though, because she’s gunshy. She’s too nervy and doesn’t like loud noises. So she mostly just roams the farm all day. This morning though, I’d opened the door to get a shot of the… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – friendly labrador”
We had a morning at Stowe Gardens the other day, before the crowds arrived. Giving us time to decide how far to walk and where. The advent trail was largely ignored in favour of us going where N fancied. It was a beautiful crisp winters day and the sun was beautifully reflecting everything in the lake.
I love Christmas tree light photos, and working through Emma Davies’ A Year With my Camera for this week meant trying out different shaped bokeh photography. Of course, N refused to be in my photos – he wouldn’t sit still anyway which didn’t help. So one of his bears helped out. I tried hearts and stars, although my free form stars weren’t great. I still like this photo – and it’s something to work on next year…maybe try and work… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – Christmas tree bokeh”
This week’s My Sunday Photo is a bit different to my normal photos. It’s a rant. A rant in picture form. About bad parking. A busy car park yes. All the more important to park well enabling the full use of spaces for everyone. If you’ve a massive car like a Range Rover I might give you a bit of leeway because we all know parking spaces aren’t always big enough for the larger cars we have today. But when… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – bad parking”