I haven’t been on a proper outing for over a year, if you don’t count going to visit my daughter’s family last September which was very local once I got there. So of course when they offered to pick me up to accompany them to The Hovercraft Museum in Lee-on-Solent I jumped at the idea.… Read More A Little Outing including sea!
Those of you who have been following me for a while might remember my ‘Adventure’ posts. However, when you have an outing sometimes “You just want to wander!” and so this is a record of some of that wandering. The weather has been so hot lately that it has actually put me off going very… Read More Sometimes you just want to wander!
My last full day in Dorset. I had decided that after my day of walking to Hardy’s Cottage and back it would be wise to plan a less energetic day in case I was feeling tired. I decided that I would go to the coast and had been trying to choose between Bridport and Lyme Regis… Read More A Dorset Adventure in Five parts – Day five
A while ago I wrote a post about waves ( https://rainbowjunkiecorner.wordpress.com/2016/10/06/the-evolution-of-a-wave/ ) and so I chose one of them for this week’s Photo Challenge.
Three months ago I made some crochet seahorses From this pattern, though the lavender one is my own hybrid mix of the two patterns. I wanted to display them somewhere and thought they would make a perfect hanging for a bathroom. With all the other things I have been wanting to make it has taken… Read More Do you remember the seahorses?
Recently Wild Daffodil created a crochet pattern for a seahorse, made several and then offered to give some of them away. I entered but was unsuccessful and so decided that I would buy the pattern that she had put up for sale and make one myself. The first thing I did was copy the text… Read More Crochet Seahorses
I love photographing water and, although I would like to try long exposure photographs of water if only I could find the time, I really like taking photographs that capture the moment. I had a wonderful chance a couple of weeks ago of photographing the sea at Seaton. I am always trying to capture the… Read More The Evolution of a Wave