It’s been absolutely ages since I last joined up with My Sunday Photo, so I thought it was high time to start it up again. This is a bit of a journey back in time for me, not all that long ago, but certainly long enough that kids did not yet feature on our radar! This was on our honeymoon in the Maldives. It was just so beautiful, so tranquil and and picturesque. The white fluffy sand, the azure blue of the surrounding balmy waters, the brightly glittering stars up in the pitch black of the night sky, the relaxing sounds… View Post

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Today for My Sunday Photo I’m afraid I’ve been experimenting. For Christmas I got a 50mm lens for my camera, but since then, unfortunately i’ve really not found much time to practise using the thing! Which is why this picture is still not the greatest, but at least it’s a start in the right direction. I’m rather a fan of all things ‘nature’, as you may well have suspected from previous photos; so, as I’ve been out in the garden watching the bees buzzing and flitting from flower to flower, I really wanted to try and capture one. Easier said than… View Post

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It’s the weekend once again so it’s time for another instalment of My Sunday Photo. I’m afraid it’s another from the fabulous Safari we went on back in December 2013, but we just have so many fond memories of that experience that I’m probably going to have to bore you all with rather a few of them! This was captured on our first ever game drive. As we rounded a corner we stumbled directly across a mother cheetah and her two cubs. They were only a few feet away from the vehicle. Although they knew we were there, they are familiar… View Post

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My Sunday Photo today was taken at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall. Holly was only five months old and it was the first ‘family’ holiday that we took together. Like I say, we only nipped across to Cornwall for a few nights in a wooden lodge, but it really was a fabulous holiday and is one of my most treasured memories. The views here at Tintagel Castle are simply breathtaking, and when added to the myth and legend of King Arthur and his Knights of The Round Table, it’s a truly beautiful place to visit. I would go again tomorrow.

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Today’s addition to the fabulous ‘My Sunday Photo’ series from OneDad3Girls is once again a sunset capture. You know me – I just adore any photos of sunsets. This one was taken in Olu Deniz, while we were on our Holiday to Remember – Lykia Resort, Turkey). I love the way a sunset makes me feel.  The dramatic beauty and the warmth of the colours, together with the shadowy reflections it produces. And just looking back now at the photo I immediately feel calm. My only wish is that I could teleport straight back to that exact moment!

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