At the moment, my photo a day challenges are colours. On Sunday, the day was orange.
At the waterfront, the Australian Antarctic Ice Breaker ship in is port. There is also a new pilot boat. When we stopped for a coffee, it was served in an orange cup.
The day was orange, with blue skies 🙂
… on a showery weekend.
I haven’t posted much in recent weeks. I haven’t read other blogs. Life has been busy and hobbies have dropped by the wayside for a while. I’m hoping that longer days and the start of spring will give me renewed enthusiasm for blogging and taking photos.
It’s now 4 years since I started this blog. Initially as a way of sharing news and photos with family and friends back in the UK, as we moved to Tasmania. I had no idea how enjoyable blogging would be, how many friendships would grow from this online community.
It is also 4 years since I started taking a “photo a day”. Some photos represent my day, others relate to a daily prompt from an online PAD Group. There have been lots of blue skies and bright colour days during these happy years.
Just glancing at this collage is bringing back joyful memories of ordinary days and special days. I’m feeling inspired for another twelve months of photos and blogging 🙂
I haven’t written much, or taken many photos. We’ve been too busy, out and about with visitors, experiencing the winter festival that is “Dark Mofo”, exploring out city as Hobart “paints the town red”. We’ve had sunny days, foggy days.
I’m reliving the month now, as I check our bank account, remembering concerts, meals out, ferry trip, cafes, wearing my new pj’s.
Out driftwood tree had a Dark Mofo theme this month.
… when the lunch venue you were looking forward to is closed.
#The Agrarian Kitchen
#winter opening hours
This is the final Weekly Photo Challenge and we’ve been asked to share our favourites.
I’ll miss this challenge, opening my eyes to find a photo for the weekly theme, seeing how other bloggers have interpreted the prompt, being inspired by other people’s photos and techniques. Thank you to everyone who has liked and commented on my contributions over the past three and a half years x