Posts Tagged ‘snowdrops’

January is an awkward month at the best of times. I started mine not feeling too good and actually, it took until the 1st February, to really feel like a new year had started and I was almost 90% better. To welcome the sunshine (and the breeze!) we did what we do best – headed out with the cameras and explore the first signs of Spring.

I never really appreciated it until now especially when this time last year we had snow, but February is one great big month of signs of Spring – much needed after what feels like an endless Winter. I know meteorlogically speaking it’s still Winter, but there’s hope especially with the amounts of snowdrops lining the banks!

As always, a firm favourite is The Bunny – a peaceful haven of rushing water, sunshine, and the hint of a Spring breeze. I love this place and I try and capture it most times of the year for a comparison of seasons.

And here’s a rare photo of the lesser spotted photographers. Can never resist a sunset, even if it is behind us!

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“Don’t close the curtains too early, you don’t know what you might miss…”

WordPress are crafty. They make you think the only option is to spend a million pounds (or twice as many dollars!) in order to rescue your blog from doom. Instead, for a mere $20 I can upgrade to 10gb of storage space a year. Excellent. Problem solved, in the meantime I really should stick to one photograph a day in order to stop this happening again! 4,067 photographs in just two years is absolutely terrible! I must have taken 10 times that amount as only a few ever made the final cut.


This does mean however, that the blog needs to pay for itself. So I’m going to have to set myself the target of earning at least $12 from photographs, a year. Possible? I hope so! ;)


Anyway, what I really wanted to blog earlier, was a sunset and some snowdrops. So here they are! The sunset was proof that you should never close the curtains too early in case you miss something. I was going to close the curtains, then I decided to wait!




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