Category Archives: Bridges
One of the buildings that my dad wanted to see when he was here in London last week was the ‘Walkie Talkie’ building, because of its unusual shape This building has a major design flaw however, and it’s not that … Continue reading
Once again I feel like the daily Post has been following me around as I take photos! I took these pictures while I was walking around London with my Dad last week. The water running down the middle of the … Continue reading
I entered the Totally Thames Photo Competition with this photo & I won one of the runner-up prizes 🙂 I liked this one for the reflections on the water. I’m very Chuffed! Here is the link to the website: Totally … Continue reading
I love these ducks! When I first saw one years ago in central London I couldn’t believe it was real! They look like they are carved from wood.
Purple is probably my second least favourite colour (after grey). I’m not sure why, I don’t buy things that are purple, I don’t have any purple clothes (apart from one dress) and I don’t seem to have many purple photos! … Continue reading
Blue is my absolute favourite colour, so my holiday photo albums are full of blue photos! Having just spent time in Australia and New Zealand, it was even easier to find blue photos, since the sky was almost permanently a … Continue reading
I really love this pedestrian bridge over the river Yarra in Melbourne, and thought it would be a perfect entry for Cee’s Which Way Challenge
Where on earth have I been? I can’t believe its been nearly a month since my last post! I’ve missed all my favourite weekly challenges, I’ve got some catching up to do! I have been ill, even more than normal, … Continue reading
Again the series of posts devoted to photography as visual storytelling have inspired me to start thinking about this week’s photo challenge, An Unusual POV in advance of the challenge. I often look at photos taken from strange positions and … Continue reading
We walk past this house all the time, and pictures of it, or the island are always appearing on my blog as it is wonderfully photogenic.