Wow, almost one year later than I'd planned and hoped, here I am picking up the project that helped me fall in love with photographing . . .
Way later than I'd planned, but here I am finally getting around to publishing pictures from November. I didn't take many photos with . . .
October, the month the leaves dropped from the tree at the end of our garden scattering a burnt orange confetti all over the floor. We . . .
September was a slow and easy month. I spent Elsie's last few weeks before she started afternoon school taking little day trips with . . .
August. That seems so long ago to me now as we approach bonfire night and the crazy run up to Christmas. And as I've been pulling . . .
I've fallen behind on this series but I'm always so satisfied when I pull each month together. July kicked off with two consecutive . . .
June came and went before I knew it. I managed to drop my camera early in the month so I didn't take many photos but those that I did I . . .
May, the month the hedgerows turned green, the Queen Anne's Lace blossomed and the bumble bees returned. Ol and I escaped to Crete for . . .
Living for buttered hot cross buns, signs of Spring peeping through the earth, cups of tea, fresh flowers, frosty leaves and five year . . .
It snowed last week, not enough to settle but just enough to add a little magic to a cold and gloomy day. I've been lighting all the . . .