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.

poppies and daisies

chocolate fudge cake

The Boy's favourite chocolate fudge cake.


fire in the sky sunset


Reader on Wakefield Station

Street photography on Wakefield Station.


Brimelows Herbalist Dewsbury

Shops in Dewsbury.

Guns and Roses Dewsbury

Week 23

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. 

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

mummy and son selfie


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.

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.

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.


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

  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.

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

  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?!

  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!

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


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