Girafferacing's posts from January 2021

The combination of heavy rain yesterday and sub-zero temperatures last night made for lots of ice this morning. At Hatfield Forest I found several substantial…

Lucy hates our vacuum cleaner with a passion and usually runs for the hills as soon as Kevin gets it out. Today though she decided to put on a brave face and…

On my way to the farm shop this morning I stopped in Henham and spent a little time in St. Mary’s Church. Unlike so many churches in Essex, the ones in Elsenham…

With my daily pinhole project I’m always on the lookout for potential subjects for photos. I’ve tried photographing Lucy this way before when I saw she’d…

The snow finally arrived after lunch today – better late than never! Eager to top up my step count for the day and to capture some photos of this Essex rarity,…

We’ve known for many years that Lucy is a cat for all seasons – unlike many felines she’ll happily venture outside in any sort of weather. This afternoon she…

After a hard frost overnight we were hoping for snow today. The path of the storm seemed to be heading our way, but I decided to make the most of the cold…

After a gloomy day of grey skies and snow showers we were treated to some late sunshine, just in time for our walk. As we walked a path on the edge of the…

Having put a roll of colour film in my pinhole camera I was determined to find a suitable subject to complete the last few frames. I picked my way through the…

Never before has a run of the mill trip to the dentist seemed such an exciting prospect! This morning I had to go into Bishop’s Stortford for my annual checkup…

Storm Christoph is battering our shores today, so I decided to stay inside and do some pinhole photography. I’ve been thinking up different still life set ups…

During a short walk this afternoon I took a handful of photos in the spinney, quite expecting them to become the latest additions to my monochrome month. On…

I’ve been meaning for weeks to share the set of pinhole photos I took at Hatfield Forest in late November, but somehow they’ve always fallen in the cracks.…

At last we had some more sun this morning – a very welcome sight after so many days of dreary greyness. I had good intentions to finally shoot some colour…

After two days of almost incessant rain the stream I cross on my daily walk had turned from a babbling brook to a raging torrent of water this morning. I’d gone…

There was much excitement this morning as the first set of negatives from my daily pinhole project landed on the doormat. I’ve been shooting a new pinhole photo…

Yes, I’m still seeing the world in black and white! I did a two-mile circuit around the village this morning, camera in hand and I have to confess I struggled…
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