Where has the time gone? Not that long ago, I was wondering if I could keep up with the challenge of posting a photo every day in November. It was one of my very first challenges, along with Blogging101. Well, the time has flown. I have posted a post every day, enjoyed every minute, met some great people, been inspired by some wonderful photography and have given myself a proverbial “kick up the bum” to stop procrastinating and to start doing. So a huge thanks to Photo101 and Blogging U, along with all my new friends. I shall keep following you and look forward to seeing where this takes us all.
One of my early posts was about my lovely spaniel Flynn who I lost recently. Looking through my photos, I came across this one, taken one Christmas after he had spent a very happy few minutes “opening his pressies”.. Not easy when you have fur and claws rather than fingers..especially as I never spared the sellotape! I think the look on his face was one of Triumph..and the chew bone was thoroughly enjoyed.
Flynn licking his lips in anticipation
To most people these are weeds, but I like them!
Taken from under a large canvas looking towards lots of glass fronted buildings, I liked the contrast of the curved edge overlooking all the straight edges of the windows
I love glass! But this is a different take on glass. I noticed that some of our locals had been taking “pot shots” at some of the windows in an abandoned building. I don’t like destruction, but I do like patterns!
Destruction..but pattern creation
The first really sharp frost of winter this morning reminded me that there are a few months of cold wet weather to come. One the the greatest treasures for me after the bleak Winter days is to see the first snowdrops of the year. They are such an affirmation of life and are often overlooked. So for this photo, I gave them pride of place.
Harbingers of warmth and Spring
This is a view of the rolling hills of Exmoor, on a walk that is just behind my house
View from the hills behind my house
Luckily, somewhere in the back of my mind, I remembered that a group of jellyfish were called a “Swarm”!
Sorry about the quality of the photo though!
Taken in one of the big hotels in Las Vegas, a swarm of jellyfish in a big glass jar.
Not taken this year, but I was really pleased to get the movement of the snow through the solitary street light in my village. I like snow, even though we can still get cut off for days here.
Wind swirling snow around the light
Hope that I have captured the movement in the moment 🙂
This is one of the many modern stations in Denmark. The details in the ceiling formed such strong patterns that I couldn’t resist a photo or two 😀
Glass and metal frames making strong patterns
I am going a little bit “flora and fauna” for this challenge! 😀 I think that this Six Spot Burnet on the Sea Holly really makes a statement!
Insect shows off in Wales!
I really hope I have identified both of these correctly 😀