Saturday, 10 June 2017

Photography Project 365, Week 22 and 23

This year I'm attempting Project 365, taking a photo a day every day for 365 days of the year.

Week 22.

27/05
poppies and daisies


28/05
chocolate fudge cake

The Boy's favourite chocolate fudge cake.

29/05
Bee

30/05
fire in the sky sunset

Sunset

31/05
Reader on Wakefield Station

Street photography on Wakefield Station.

1/06
foxglove

2/06
Brimelows Herbalist Dewsbury

Shops in Dewsbury.

Guns and Roses Dewsbury


Week 23

3/06
House of Parliament London

at Buckingham Palace

Daughter1 and I spent the weekend in London for a visit to the fabulous Alice Underground and while we were there took the opportunity to explore. We had a really happy time together but the terrorist attack at London Bridge cast a large, saddened shadow on Saturday night. Thankfully we were in a hotel a couple of miles away and were in absolute no danger but could hear the sirens in the distance. 

4/06
Piccadilly Circus

It wasn't going to stop us enjoying our trip though and we were out early on a quiet Sunday morning and eventually, at the end of a very long day and lots of walking, we managed to see Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers with ten minutes to spare after a race against the National Gallery's closing times.

Selfie with Sunflowers Vincent Van Gogh

When there is rain, look for the sun..flowers.

5/06
mummy and son selfie

6/06 
flower

7/06 
chocolate fudge cake

Yet another chocolate fudge cake, turns out it's everybody's favourite cake. I may well be making one a week for the rest of eternity.

8/06
family voting selfie

Family voting selfie. Daughter 2 making her first ever proper vote and though The Boy can't vote, he likes to help with the process of democracy and is a big fan of Jeremy Corbyn.

9/06
Fountain dancing

After a long sleepless night for me and a long day at school for him, we took a walk to town and a dance through the fountains. Not really much to celebrate since the Tories sort of won, but it's a start.












6 comments :

  1. lovely pogo of the roses and daisies and that chocolate cake looks divine

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  2. Those chocolate fudge cakes really do look the business - not surprised they were a big hit. Glad you weren't too close to all the trouble in London.

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  3. Those cakes look to die for! Love the flower photos too #365

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  4. Glad you still enjoyed your trip to London, despite the attack. It must have been so strange to be there. My daughter is a big fan of Jeremy Corbyn too! I think it's lovely that kids so young are taking an interest in politics. My son is nearly 16. I wonder if he will be able to vote in the next general election or whether it will be a lot sooner?!

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  5. I wonder what's going to happen with all the coalition mess, it still doesn't look like it sorted which is what's giving me a tiny ray of hope. It's completely bonkers right now isn't it? Love that chocolate cake photo!

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  6. Love all the flowers, particularly Van Gogh's Sunflowers - obviously!

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