Girafferacing's PhotoBlog

As I sat in the garden with a cuppa this afternoon our family of blue tits were busy feeding nearby. I noticed that they tend to queue up in a moderately…

Having got Morris home at last we wasted no time in taking him to his first car show this morning. There was a good turnout at Audley End today, with…

I was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers after our concert on Saturday night - a wonderfully colourful mix of lilies, gerberas, sunflowers and…

It's been decidedly steamy here over the last few days, with temperatures reaching the thirties. Lucy is usually a sun worshipper but even she decided to…

I allowed more time than I really needed for my journey to Norwich today so I took a detour to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts on the outskirts of the city…

I've never been a big fan of Charles Dickens but I did read Great Expectations while I was at school. The character of Miss Havisham came to mind today as I…

Sometimes photo opportunities present themselves in such a way that it'd be daft not to grab them. I gave a concert this evening in the crypt of Lancing College…

Today's been a long while coming. We set off early this morning, catching the train to Wiltshire to finally bring Morris home after his restoration at…

While eating my breakfast this morning, with the doors onto our patio open, I became aware of a feline presence. It was Stanley, making yet another house…

After my luck photographing the young blue tits in our garden on Thursday there was only one place I was going to sit and drink my morning coffee today - on…

I made a delightful new friend during my journey into London this afternoon. When I took my seat on the train at Chichester I found myself sitting opposite…

It seemed rude not to make the most of the sunny weather this afternoon so I did a spot of writing al fresco. After an hour or so I became aware of a very…

A couple of months ago I was commissioned to photograph the Society of Recorder Players' National Festival in Cambridge, where they were celebrating their…

We've had a bird box mounted on the wall of our garage for a couple of years now, but until this spring its sole occupants had been some bumblebees. Earlier…

It's only two and a half weeks since I sowed our sunflower seeds and it's astonishing how quickly they've grown. By today some of them were six inches tall so I…

We experimented with some retro photography at the camera club this evening, using pinhole and film cameras. We met up at Grange Paddock and started off with a…

I've liked Henry Moore's sculptures for over twenty years now, since I first encountered them at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I didn't realise until fairly…

There are times when it seems our little road is home to more cats than humans. It's quite entertaining watching the feline politics in action and observing…
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