The following photo’s are of my youngest son… taken while he jumped on a trampoline and did different poses in the air! He and I had great fun doing these!
18 Aug 2014 18 Comments
in Uncategorized, Weekly Photo Challenge Tags: Action, Action photography, Action shots, Beach, Beach ball, Fun, Happy, Peace, Photography, Postaday, Silhouette, Sunset, Sunshine, Trampoline, Weekly Photo Challenge
17 Aug 2014 15 Comments
This week’s photo challenge is silhouette. The photo’s below were all taken locally to me recently…
04 Sep 2013 15 Comments
in It's all about the sea, Nature, Weekly Photo Challenge Tags: B4Peace, Beach, Beautiful, Cornwall, Devon, Nature, Photography, Postaday, Sea, Seascapes, Sunset, Travel, Water, Weekly Photo Challenge, West Country
This weeks photo challenge got me thinking about what the sea really means to me, how does it make me feel… there are so many emotions the sea evokes. When I have been away from it for a while, I miss it, I feel it’s pull… it makes me feel calm, peaceful, able to breathe deeply… renewed, alive, invigorated and full of life’s possibilities.
The photo below was taken on a beach we had stumbled upon quite by accident (sometimes the best kind) whilst looking for a completely different one! The perfect afternoon turned into a glorious evening with an amazing sunset which I couldn’t capture because my camera battery died! Gutted and lesson learned!
17 Jul 2013 20 Comments
This weeks photo challenge is the golden hour… that time of day when the sun is rising to herald new possibilities, when the air is fresh and the world is quiet… when you can breathe deeply, ready for whatever challenges or adventures come your way… or when the sun is setting, the air is warm but there’s a lovely welcome, gentle breeze and you close your eyes and exhale… reflecting on the day as it closes its sleepy eyes.
20 Apr 2013 12 Comments
Most of my days are spent rushing from one thing to another, always so much to do and not enough time to do it! Except when I’m out walking Mutley…
There’s a certain point I get to in the local wood where the sun streams through the trees and the only sounds are those of the birds going about their business (and Mutley panting as she charges about chasing squirrels) that I tilt my head to the sky, slow down… and breathe…