Gushing water – My Sunday Photo 160717

Gushing water - My Sunday Photo 160717

Gushing water – My Sunday Photo 160717 I’ve been playing around with shutter speeds again, this time on a visit to the Grand Union Canal at Hatton Locks.  I love the colours in the water in this shot.  

Criss crossing in the sky – My Sunday Photo 090717

Criss crossing in the sky - My Sunday Photo 090717

Criss crossing in the sky – My Sunday Photo 090717 Do you ever just look up at the sky and have a bit of a wow moment?  We are always looking up at the gliders flying overhead but sometimes it’s the clouds and vapour trails from the aeroplanes that are… Continue reading »

Babbling Brook – My Sunday Photo 020717

Babbling Brook - My Sunday Photo 020717

Babbling Brook – My Sunday Photo 020717 I went to Minster Lovell Hall ruins with my photography class on Friday.  It was a really dull day which made some of the photography quite challenging.  But it was lovely to explore somewhere new, with people who share a passion. I still… Continue reading »

Emergence – My Sunday Photo 250617

Emergence - My Sunday Photo 250617

Emergence – My Sunday Photo 250617 I went to Rousham House with my photography class on Friday.  It was my first visit, but it definitely won’t be my last. I spent a lot of time at the pond watching the emergence of a number of dragonflies.  It took me back… Continue reading »

Raindrops on Petals – My Sunday Photo 180617

Raindrops on Petals - My Sunday Photo 180617

Raindrops on Petals – My Sunday Photo 180617 Looking back through photos of my parents visit earlier this month, hoping we’ve seen the last of the rain for a while. Although raindrops on petals always look so pretty.   Don’t you think?

A beady eye – My Sunday Photo 110617

A beady eye - My Sunday Photo 110617

A beady eye – My Sunday Photo 110617 I went to Crocodiles of the World on Friday with my photography class.  I’d been a couple of years ago with my son and it’s well worth a visit.  This time round the focus, quite literally was on getting some half way… Continue reading »