Tag Archive: photo

Wolves In Wolves

by

The city of Wolverhampton, in the Midlands of the UK, has a public art event taking place. Thirty lovely wolves are scattered around the city, all designed and painted by local artists, with… Continue reading

Photo: Colour

by

Sunlight through the stained glass windows at Gloucester Cathedral lighting up the columns.

Photo: Purple Sunset

by

Photo: Faery Queen

by

Photo: Blackpool Donkeys

by

Taken on my iPhone and edited with the Snapseed app.

Photo: Cheeky!

by

Photo: Lion in the Sky

by

Photo: Through the Rocks

by

Photo: Seahorse

by

Photo: Shipwreck

by

Photo: Young New Zealand Falcon

by

Photo: Silhouette

by

Photo: China

by

Great Birmingham 10k Run

by

That time again! A cold day with a bitter wind, but fortunately it wasn’t so bad once we’d started running – it was freezing waiting around to go, though! I completed the run… Continue reading

Photo: Heather

by

Photo: Cake

by

This is a cake! Such a work of art, you wouldn’t want to cut it up.

Photo: Catkins

by

Photo: Herrenhauser Gardens

by

Nature Photo Challenge: Symmetry

by

Nature Photo Challenge: Starling

by

Nature Photo Challenge: Face in the Rock

by

Nature Photo Challenge: Butterfly

by

Nature Photo Challenge: Feather

by

There’s a five-day nature photo challenge on Facebook at the moment. Thought I’d transfer it to here, if anyone else fancies taking it up!

Random Fact: Snowdrops

by

There are 20 recognised species of snowdrop, the most recent to be found was Galanthus panjutinii (Panjutin’s snowdrop). It was discovered in only five places in the Colchis area of Russia and Georgia.… Continue reading

Photo: Growing Up

by

The kittens are nearly 9 months old now, and Leo, at least, is as big as an adult; Jessie is still a “little ‘un” (as she gets called – ‘Hello, little ‘un!’). And… Continue reading

Photo: Farewell

by

Twelfth Night – time to take the tree down for another year! Take down the lights and make the place drab again… 😦

Photo: Mushrooms

by

Photo: Through The Microscope

by

A look through the microscope at the detail in an item of the Staffordshire Hoard, a huge Anglo-Saxon find.

Photo: Windfall

by

The UK is the only country in the world that has apples that are specifically for cooking (and this is one of them!)

Photo: Donkey Dreams

by

Taken at the Birmingham Donkey Sanctuary Unfortunately, I can’t remember his name!

  • Thank you for visiting.

    Please share our posts, tell your friends about us, and come back soon. Trust us, we'll never run out of things to Ramble about.