Tag Archives: Postaday
Following on from my photo of Myrtle eating a strawberry for Michelle’s weekly pet challenge a few weeks ago, a few of you asked for a video of Myrtle! Here is a short video I took today of Myrtle in … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge is Spring! I have hundreds of photos to chose from… I’m always so happy that spring has arrived :-). Here’s a selection;
When we first saw these birds in Australia we thought they had got leaves caught in their heads like Wilson does when he roots around in bushes It was only when we saw lots of them that we realised that … Continue reading
I’m running a bit late with my challenges this week, I’ve been busy, and so has Myrtle! She even spent a few days in the garden, although we had to take her in again as it has been colder and … Continue reading
A perfectly round dandelion seed head I saw on our walk today near St Martha on the Hill Church near Chilworth in Guildford. I notice dandelions a lot more these days as they are Myrtle‘s favourite food! This week’s travel … Continue reading
I love watching these sailing hydrofoil boats flying along on top of the water!
Weybridge has its very own monument! This monument has a very interesting history. It was originally erected in Seven Dials in central London near Covent Garden. In the 18th Century, the Seven Dials Area became the haunt of cut-throats, thieves … Continue reading
This week I have been uploading lots of photos to my Redbubble account and iStockphoto, but for some silly reason when I saw this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge; Monument, I went blank!! I started looking through my photos from last … Continue reading
I’ve been falling behind with my challenges since starting to sell my photographs, so this week I am determined to catch up Here’s some beautiful salmon coloured (?) (pink) tulips from my garden (Salmon is such a difficult colour to … 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.