This is a post-dated post. Let me explain. I started the following post on my Nan's 100th birthday but didn't get to finish it. I promptly forgot all about it until I found this draft. It's a precious memory and so I thought it was worth finishing, even though it's well over a year late! … Continue reading A Centenarian, A Tractor And The Wonders Of Skype
Today is the last day of the school holidays and Oli, Rosie & Jack have finally slotted into the chilled holiday mood. Typical because tomorrow morning it will be back to school and we will be hurrying them out of bed, forcing breakfast down their gullets and ushering them out the door before they know … Continue reading Lunch Boxes, Bath & Bed.
Last week I spent an afternoon wading through the still and clear waters of a nearby inlet searching for clams. There was not a breath of wind, the water was a perfect mirror, it was a good time to reflect. As I watched crabs scurry behind reflected clouds and ducks slice open the sky, two … Continue reading Thing One and Thing Two
Looking back over the last 12 months it is incredible to think of how much has changed in our lives, especially the children’s lives for whom a year is a third, fifth or seventh of their entire life’s experience. Zoe and the children touched down in the Falklands a year ago yesterday to join me … Continue reading Tomatoes, Wind and the Final Spin
This is my first attempt at timelapse photography. I was hoping for a change in weather or a good sunset but unfortunately today was remarkably calm. This was taken from around 10am through to 7pm and condensed into less than a minute.