I had quite a lot of fun trying to think up shots for this, and ended up sneaking in one of Grant when he wasn’t looking as well as taking a distorted selfie just in case he found out and got upset with me. So, I decided to use them both. So, […]
Last week’s theme was tired, while this week’s theme is sleep. While they run very closely together, I thought that this picture taken of Puddims (our cat) last week perfectly signified the insistence to ignore the rising sun and try to stay asleep, even when there is someone poking a camera in your face. If that isn’t […]
“Come into my parlour,” said the spider to the fly. “Really,” the fly responded. “You’re going to go with that line?” The spider hesitated, a little nonplussed. “Uh… yeah. It’s a classic!” The fly rolled her eyes and continued with her business of preening herself. This was no ordinary fly, you see. She was beautiful […]
Dippy eggs were not something that I had much as a kid. In fact, I am pretty sure that it was Grant who introduced me to them when I was 18 years old. But whenever I have them, I revert back to a childish state of giggling and messiness that is not my normal, pretty […]
I had a lot of fun with this theme last weekend and got some awesome shots out of it, so I thought that I would share two of those today rather than just one. Both were taken at Settler’s Dam near Grahamstown, and neither really fall into my usual subject matter. I am terrified of […]
I rarely end up eating breakfast to be perfectly honest, though I suspect that I am going to be eating a lot more of it now that I’ve started gyming. So this week’s theme was a little difficult for me, but I managed nonetheless when we made dippy eggs for lunch. Dippy eggs is totally […]
Welcome to 50 two!! This is where the magic will be happening for my 52 week challenge of 2013. There will be a photo a week for 52 weeks, and I am hoping that they will end up being accompanied by stories on my writing blog as well. I will be posting a list of […]
Today’s picture comes entirely unedited, because I just loved the look of it out of camera. What I particularly liked about it was the background. Our grass has become really overgrown, so the stalks in the back are really long, and the wind blowing in the garden provided great movement and background blur.