Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 060915

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 060915

I was looking through some photos from a trip to Kew Gardens we’d made earlier in the summer and this photo just made me laugh.  It shouts out BOO! doesn’t it.   It was one of those days when Monkey was truly carefree and very cheeky.  He was the most… Continue reading »

The B&W Photography Project Week 59 #bwphotoproject

The B&W Photography Project Week 59

The B&W Photography Project Week 59 with PODCast and today I’m sharing with you the detail on a cannon from the time of Henry VIII, a surviving relic from the Mary Rose. I was 14 when the ruin of the Mary Rose was brought up from the bottom of the Solent.  I… Continue reading »

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 230815

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 230815

I still remember my first visit to see HMS Victory, I went with my parents and my brother. I’m guessing I was about 8, I’m sure my Dad will correct me shortly!  The ship looked so large and so beautiful.  In those days the masts were at full height and… Continue reading »

The B&W Photography Project Week 58 #bwphotoproject

The B&W Photography Project Week 58

The B&W Photography Project Week 58 with PODCast and this week we met a few baby animals on our recent trip to Twycross Zoo, but this little Penguin stuck out, look at the attitude in his pose! I love this photo in black and white, it brings out the different textures of his… Continue reading »

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 160815

Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 160815

I took this shot whilst we were at Twycross Zoo last week.  I’ve always been fascinated by Flamingos but I chose this photo for a totally different reason.  I loved the actor Richard Briers growing up, and was a fan of whatever sit-com he happened to appear in.  When I was… Continue reading »

The B&W Photography Project Week 57 #bwphotoproject

The B&W Photography Project Week 57

The B&W Photography Project Week 57 with PODCast and this week I’m taking you to look at a charming old shop, which is now within the grounds of Avoncroft Museum as their tea room. Never has a photograph been so made to be shown in black and white!  Don’t you agree?  I… Continue reading »