Decided to start crocheting again. I tried a red panda but it didn’t really work out, and I was unsure if it was the pattern, or me, so I’ve crocheted a pattern from a book I’ve used before. I’ll give the red panda another go later.
Catching up with the shots from Friday and Saturday. Both days were pretty busy (If you include the fact I was in bed for 930 and 1030 as part of where the weekend went… ;))
Another quick one – at my favourite place. I was hoping for back lit leaves but I’d mis-calculated how low the sun would be in the sky.
This is a couple of weeks old now. For some reason I forgot to post it on here. I think it’s the lack of routine with not posting every day that does it!
It’s half term now though so I’m going to try and shoot every day if I can. I’ve done today’s photos, and I’ll post them tomorrow.
Since then I’ve been on the Featured thingy on WordPress, so gained a few new followers (hello!) and loads of comments and likes on the post about Holland. Kind of wish I’d put more effort into the actual blogging side of it, but then again this isn’t about me writing epic tales, it’s about photos. So. Whatever.
Last Friday I had deep fried oysters in a batter with some wasabi mayo. It was lush. I asked if I could keep one of the shells to add to our mini shell/rock collection (Shells/rocks from places we’ve visited).
I think I’m feeling a bit lost some evenings. I want to crochet my red panda, but I’m kind of stuck without the eyes for now. I feel a bit like I have nothing to do, so I decided to take a quick photo tonight.
As the ‘one a week’ photo project is The Changing Seasons, I figured that it was about time we had some flowers in it! The first flower of the new year – the Snowdrop 🙂
And, just because, here is my Project 365 montage for January. I’m rather enjoying the lack of pressure from being able to shoot and edit on my phone; although I am looking forward to being a bit more active once the days get longer!