When I think back aeons ago to when I turned thirteen, I remember a strange time full of “just abouts”… Just about old enough to catch the bus in to town to meet friends, just about old enough to make terrible choices in fashion and hair (thanks Mum for letting me go ahead with my […]
A break in the crowds – Cambridge. Waiting for a pause in the flag lead tour groups to capture the iconic backdrop of King’s College Chapel. This scene might look utterly peaceful, but don’t be fooled. It also had a closer backdrop of a tiny person utterly disgusted at my inability to open a packet […]
“This Way”… A bitterly cold walk on what must be the tallest hill in Cambridgeshire this afternoon (possibly!?)… The best thing about that kind of cold winter walk? Coming back in to the warm again.
Favourite memories of time in Paris involve mornings meandering the ancient flea markets of St-Ouen or Vanves; or hours spent wandering the Jardin du Luxembourg watching families sailing miniature boats on the lake (probably whilst wondering how long until dinner time. You can’t help but endlessly think of food there can you?). The never ending […]
A weekend full of house inspections as we search for our new home. Let’s see whether we can actually come to a decision on any of the 8 houses we saw. Photo taken during the week on a rare sunny day. You really have to make the most of it at the moment…
Mud excavations in the chilly sun this morning. Beautiful day for it!
A slightly different angle to my “Sunday Photo” this week… Isn’t the roof of Kings Cross beautiful? I have never actually noticed before. As is the roof of Waterloo, under which I must have spent thousands of hours over the years, staring up at the boards, waiting for that all platform number to flicker into […]
The toddler had his second birthday at the weekend. We celebrated him turning 734 days old (I have just added the extra 4 days!) with family which was a novelty in itself. It’s incredibly hard to believe that that much time has passed already since our slightly turbulent introduction in the noisy wards of Erding […]
Me and my shadow… Taken a few days back. This one turned two yesterday, and I still can’t quite believe it…
Shadows by the Sea in Essex yesterday. On an oyster eating expedition…