Project 365 – a photo a day. I learned something new this week.

Project 365, a photo a day, every day of the week. Bonsai tree goals? This week, we visited RHS Wisley. It was my first visit and we thoroughly enjoyed it. I also learned something new. They have a bonsai tree walk and information. I always thought Bonsai trees were Japanese, but apparently they originally came […]

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Our week in Photos 9/06/19 – 15/06/19 – normal is good.

Welcome to Our Week in Photos. Our way of sharing our week and what we get up to with our family abroad and grandparents who like to keep up with our life and antics. This week we have been enjoying normal. Normal is good. The husband is working his way back to getting into a […]

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Project 365. A photo a day. Many swan babies…

Project 365. A photo a day, every day of the year.  This is a very grainy photo because Daddy swan was getting pretty tetchy the closer I got to his babies, but we are really chuffed and impressed that the swans on our local pond have hatched 6 cygnets. That’s a big brood. We have […]

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Our week in photos 01/06/19 – 08/06/19 Short and sweet

Welcome to Our Week in Photos. Our way of sharing our week and what we get up to with our family abroad and grandparents who like to keep up with our life and antics.  I haven’t taken many photos this week, mainly because we have been very busy and sometimes life just doesn’t need a […]

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Project 365 – a photo a day. Tweens can be useful…

Project 365, a photo a day.  Tweens are mysterious creatures. They swing from being lovely and interesting to stroppy and toddler like. They keep us on our toes and parenting one is a somewhat bewildering experience. However they are useful, because if well trained they can be persuaded to manifest themselves into the kitchen when […]

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Project 365. A photo a day. Busy little bee…

Project 365. A photo a day, every day of the year.  This busy bee, captured at Kew Gardens today, caught my eye. Taken on an iPhone 8. No editing or filtering. I’d have got closer but he wouldn’t stay still long enough…

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