The B&W Photography Project Week 64 #bwphotoproject

The Black and White Photography Project

The B&W Photography Project Week 64 with PODCast and I was looking for inspiration for this week’s subject and then I found it, whilst writing up my CountryKids post on Cambridge earlier in the week. How would you like to have him sat outside your front door?  He’d certainly scare off the trick… Continue reading »

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 270915

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 270915

Last weekend we visited a family favourite – the Bedfordshire Steam and Country Fair.  We saw countless steam-powered vehicles, from traction engines to cars.  Monkey was in his element.  As we wandered around the grounds we stumbled across a quiet corner and met this chap. He looks rather curious don’t… Continue reading »

The B&W Photography Project Week 63 #bwphotoproject

The B&W Photography Project Week 63

The B&W Photography Project Week 63 with PODCast and this week I’ve been trying to tackle the spare room AKA dumping zone.  Whilst trying to reach my bookcases I found some old photo albums and got sidetracked.  Before long I was back in 2004, on a trip that started in Singapore, and… Continue reading »

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 200915

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 200915

Today I’m sharing a shot from a visit we made to Calke Abbey over the summer holidays. You can read all about our visit in yesterday’s #CountryKids post.  I just love this particular photo. What’s Monkey thinking?  Where shall I head to first?  Where shall I build my den? What’s… Continue reading »

The B&W Photography Project Week 62

The B&W Photography Project Week 62

The B&W Photography Project Week 62 with PODCast and this week I’m stepping back in time, to a time when there would be a newsagents on a railway platform. W H Smith don’t seem to have the same stranglehold they did over newsagents stores, that they did in my childhood.  Their first… Continue reading »

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 130915

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 130915

This week I’m taking you to the beautiful city of York.  We’d dropped the car at our hotel and headed along the city walls on our way to the National Railway Museum. The majesty of the city lay before us. It’s a photographers paradise, wonderful stonework, old buildings, chimney stacks and… Continue reading »