89/365 Shutter release Challenge

Mothers calling

The first lambs of the year, was sitting waiting for a tractor turning looking at the sheep in the field next to me. I always carry my camera on the seat beside me. Down with the window and got this shot of mum calling her little ones. Give them another couple of weeks and they will be playing together in the fields. great fun to watch.


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87/365 Shutter release challenge

Key of freedom

Getting towards that time of year when I want to get back on Two wheels. Just waiting for the frost to clear and the days to heat up a little. I love the freedom riding a motorcycle gives, the air on my face. The feel off the road through the foot pegs, the scents from nature filling your being. Going places where a automobile/motor can’t take you, exploring single track lanes. The people who come to talk when you pull in somewhere, Kids waving. The older people who rode motorcycles in their younger years, the tales and dreams from the summer days they had on the road. The friendships built across many countries, the one’s still to come. So here’s to new friends and places.


Ride safe, drive safe and enjoy life.

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85/365 Shutter release challenge

Orderly chaos

Sometimes when doing a 365 it’s can be hard to get good images every day. Sometimes its just a case of looking in  outhouses/sheds or whats around you in the house. So this evening while visiting my mother who still has a love to potter around taking flower cuttings and growing plants. I made my way into the little potting shed out back. With no lights in there and armed with a torch I went looking. The place is full of little things from the pass, jars full of little shells we collected has children. Pebbles and sea washed glass, some old toys from our childhood. Its an Aladdin’s cave of days on the beach and garden adventures.  Old clay pots painted with time and chipped pieces long return to the earth that they had  grown from. I cannot share the memories or adventures from those days. Just a still image from the film off them.


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