Girafferacing's posts from April 2020

During lockdown we’ve had a new theme to shoot for on our camera club’s Facebook page, to keep us inspired to create new images. This week’s macro/close up…

We’ve barely seen a drop of rain since the lockdown started so it was a shock to see grey skies and endless drizzle first thing this morning. The garden could…

With a few frames of pinhole photos left to shoot I went out this morning to use them up around the local nature reserve, but took a digital camera along for…

Normally I’d be busy working on World Pinhole Photography Day. However, with all work cancelled I was ready, willing and able to make this most of the occasion.…

Bernard, the blackbird who regularly visits our garden, was back again this afternoon. I’d found a spot to sit on the lawn, partially hidden by the rose bushes,…

For a couple of weeks now I’ve had a project involving pinhole photography swilling around in my head. The unexpected arrival of my new camera yesterday meant I…

After a day working indoors I escaped for a walk in Alsa Woods this evening. As the sun dropped towards the horizon the light became more and more golden. I…

About ten days ago I received an unexpected message from the lovely folks over at Ondu Pinhole saying they’d made gifts for some of their favourite pinhole…

Sitting in the garden with my coffee this morning, I noticed a big increase in the number of bees buzzing around our bug hotel. Each morning it’s in direct sun…

It’s funny how old habits creep up on your when you’re not looking. I stopped my 365 project after ten years in November 2018 as I wanted a break from the grind…

The bluebells in Alsa Woods are really in their prime now. I took a gentle stroll through this glorious carpet of blue on my way home from the post office today…

A few days ago I was invited by a contact on Instagram to participate in an exhibition he’s planning of pinhole photography in Estonia. The plan is for the…

My walk today wasn’t so much a photographic expedition as a quick dash to the post box between teaching lessons. I still took a slightly circuitous route,…

It’s been fascinating to see news stories recently about goats taking over the now quiet town centre of Llandudno, while a herd of fallow deer regularly roam…

I’ve been following our village Facebook page recently as one of our local farmers has shared photos of the lambs being born to his flock of sheep. About a week…

It’s that time of year when livestock come back out into their pastures. In our village one of the fields is now occupied by a herd of cattle, so I walked down…

While chatting with one of our neighbours this afternoon, Adam’s two cats, Sookie and Cwtch came out to luxuriate in the sunshine. Both have featured on my blog…
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