I love a blogging challenge and I am glad to be able to join this week’s Sunday stills photo challenge which is to illustrate a favourite Christmas carol or song. To be honest, I found it more difficult than I expected. I love white Christmas but we don’t have any snow yet nor could I find a red nosed reindeer pulling a sleigh or chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Continue reading “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Staple Hill”
Goats and a Walrus in the news
Last month we went on holiday to North Wales staying in the small seaside town of Llandudno. Like the rest of the U.K. Wales was in lockdown for much of last year. This meant hotels, bars, shops and restaurants were closed and tourists stayed away. A local graffiti artist was able to celebrate the effect this had on some of the wildlife by painting murals on one of the seafront shelters. I have been trying to spot lockdown art and was pleased to photograph these two murals.
First a confession I am not a pink person. I don’t do girly. When we moved into this house I was dismayed to find that the previous owner had left us a very pink bedroom. The curtains were dusky pink, the carpet was pale pink and the wall paper had large pink carnations. It had to go. Continue reading “Roses aren’t always red #sundaystillspink”