It’s happened with a whimper rather than a bang, but remote learning has come to an end for my kids. The last time either of them was at school was mid-December and while I appreciate we’re still very much in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I see a number of reasons to be cheerful
We’ve had a second blast of cold weather and it’s brought us further respite from the monotony of lockdown. At the end of each remote schooling day, I’ve taken the children out for an hour or two and it’s given them a real chance to explore the great outdoors because there’s been snow and ice
I have been waiting years to get a photograph like this of the Moon. I’ve stood around in the cold for ages, experimented using filters, tried using my phone and my DLSR on all manner of settings but at long last, I have had some luck. It was my own, personal Operation Moon Shot and
Most weeks I would produce a photography-focused post for this blog of mine. The opportunities to get out and do something creative with my camera have been seriously limited by the lockdown and so I am posting this experimental photograph which I took back in December.