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“December will be magic again”
~Kate Bush

It smells like snow this morning, and whilst we don’t have any yet, the ground frost is thick and the air very cold. It’s almost December, and for the first time in a long while it actually feels like it.


I was pleased to get my shots early again this morning, I really wanted to have time to go out and walk the dog, especially as it would make a change from the muddy walks at the latter end of the day! But sadly there wasn’t time.


So once again I ventured into the garden, this time with fluffy socks as bare feet just wouldn’t survive the temperature – and snapped away. The sun rose and cast a fantastic tinge on everything, so there was that to enjoy as well.


The weekend will be spent wandering the Christmas markets and hopefully capturing a Santa Fun Run on Camera on Sunday – watch this space!



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“Muddy water is best cleared by leaving it alone.”
― Alan Wilson Watts

Some of the most unique shots are taken whilst perched on a tiny wall, with bare feet and rain pouring down….Right? Maybe! I hope I got something a bit different today whilst risking my cold developing even more into the dreaded flu and risking falling to certain death off of the wall.

I may be exaggerating a little. But really, with only 40 days left of this challenge (approximately) it’s time to get a bit more unique and unearth the things that aren’t usually seen. So it’s worth getting creative!

The tone of the images captures today wonderfully, lights required to do any work, lots of rain, dark, blue, dull…November in a nutshell!

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