Some of my better photographs, often shared via the #MySundayPhoto linky.

Sunset over the English Channel #MySundayPhoto

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Sunset over the English Channel, #MySundayPhoto, 10 August, 2014

This week’s image is not for landlubbers. It was taken on Wednesday evening when Child Number 1 and I were returning from a day spent in Calais. View Post

My Sunday Photo, 3/8/14. The Falkirk Kelpies

Helix Park, Falkirk. My Sunday Photo, 31 August, 2014, #MySundayPhoto, Falkirk Kelpies

The Falkirk Kelpies at Helix Park, Falkirk. My Sunday Photo, 31 August, 2014, #MySundayPhoto

This photograph comes to you from the fringes of Falkirk in Scotland. It’s of the Falkirk Kelpies, a sculpture of two horses heads alongside the Forth and Clyde canal and a part of Helix Park complex.

This sculpture is very striking. I think I could have spent all day looking at it. View Post

My Sunday Photo, 27 July, 2014

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My Sunday Photo, 27 July, 2014, #MySundayPhoto


This, my friends, is what happens when your oldest child practices her face painting skills on her younger sibling. Yes, that’s poor old Toddler Adams having had her face painted by Helen, her older sister. View Post

My Sunday Photo, 20 July, 2014 #MySundayPhoto

The Shard, Central London, My Sunday Photo

#MySundayPhoto, 20 July 2014. The Shard in Central London

Earlier this week I went to a bloggers’ event in Central London. Getting there involved passing through London Bridge Station. As I left the station I looked up and this is what caught my eye. For a variety of reasons, I’ve never been a huge fan of the Shard, but it does look very majestic from this angle.

There is a filthy secret behind this picture.  View Post

My Sunday Photo 13 July, 2014 #MySundayPhoto

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#MySundayPhoto 13 July, 2014

This week’s My Sunday Photo is a very simple image. It’s of my youngest daughter Elizabeth (also known as Toddler Adams) playing on a swing at a local park. I believe this type of swing is called a spider swing, but I’m sure someone will correct me if that’s wrong. View Post