Posted on December 5, 2017
A month or so ago, during the school half-term holiday, we went with our ten-year old grandsons to an indoor climbing centre.
This photograph was taken with an (old) iPhone, so not the best quality, but it certainly conveys a message to match Frank’s theme for this week.
Posted on November 2, 2017
Another dip into the archives for the Weekly Photo Challenge this time, as I’m still away from home and therefore from full access to my image library.
Here, my grandson takes a peek around the patio door of our apartment in Abu Dhabi. He – and his twin brother – are rather bigger now.
Posted on October 16, 2017
Posted on December 5, 2016
This week’s theme of ‘Freedom’ is encapsulated, I think, in this image of my grandson on a zipline in the play area of the Beecraigs Country Park just outside Linlithgow in Scotland. He was happy to be doing it and I was happy that my attempt at a panning shot, blurring the background (a little), kind of worked.
52 Weeks Photo Challenge: Week 18 – Freedom
Posted on November 29, 2016
‘Laughter’ is the theme for this week’s challenge hosted by The Girl That Dreams Awake.
A game of peek-a-boo is guaranteed to produce laughter in a two year old. This photograph of one of my grandsons comes with free reflection.
Posted on November 22, 2016
Last year, as a wedding present for our son and (now) daughter-in-law, Madame made a king-sized bed quilt, with most of the stitching done by her own fair hands. It took close to a full year to complete, and the last Swarovski crystal being stitched on just two days before the wedding. This is a work-in-progress image.
Posted on November 1, 2016
Hard to believe that we’re now a quarter of the way through the 52 Weeks Photo Challenge (I think you’ll find that last week’s ‘Street’ was – correctly – tagged as Week 12) hosted by The Girl That Dreams Awake.
This week’s subject is ‘Face’, and who doesn’t have lots of images to choose from to respond to that?
Taken a few years ago, this is one of my grandsons sufficiently intrigued by the camera pointing at him to pause briefly from splashing around in his Pirate Boat paddling pool to stare right down the lens, just like a pro.