Spot the black sheep of the flock.
One of the best things about autumn is the colours. This week saw the first frost of the year here (I’m glad I have a heated windscreen in my car). These leaves were in the car park near work…bizarrely there’s no sycamore trees there, or nearby, so I’ve no idea how far these ones had to blow to get there.
This week’s My Sunday Photo wasn’t taken by me, but by N. We went to Coughton Court, a National Trust property during half term. N forgot to take his camera out of the car with him, so he decided he was using mine instead. Okay, so my camera’s pretty good on auto, but apart from taking down the highlights a little, this was what came out of the camera. Straight, all in photo, and with a bit of garden to… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – Coughton Court statue”
The flowers in our wall always come out late. As though they’re trying to trick me. Thankfully we still have lots of colour with the orange and yellow calendula. I remember reading one of those personalised books as a child and there was a mention of calendula being the birth flower for October. Spot on for me then. I just like having pretty flowers come up year after year without me doing anything..
This week’s My Sunday Photo was taken on the BML17 instawalk in London I love it on the South Bank, it’s full of creative people, tourists, and people just enjoying everything there is along the river. I’m still lazy when it comes to using my camera on manual – it’s just quicker to use auto or my phone. But when you can use shutter priority and get fab shots likes this one of the carousel in the fairground on South… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – fairground on South Bank”