Bestival is famous for having a fancy dress theme each year, and this year the theme was “Wildlife”. We were undecided whether or not more people dressed up, but as always there were some people who pulled out all the … Continue reading →
As I mentioned I got a new lens at the weekend, and this is some of the photos of my family that I got. Unfortunately my dad and James did some excellent camera dodging. The final two are thanks to … Continue reading →
One thing I have noticed with my niece and nephew is that I can look at their little faces for hours at a time! They have the unspoilt innocence of childhood and every little thing is really fascinating and fun. I spent … Continue reading →
After a very hectic couple of weeks away at Bestival (photos to follow), I celebrated my birthday last Friday. I had a wonderful evening with friends followed by Saturday at my parents with my eldest sister and her children. I … Continue reading →
One of the things I love most about Notting Hill carnival is the colour, it is everywhere and engulfs your senses like you wouldn’t believe! Having discovered Picasa photo editing software, I wanted to ensure that I got some good … Continue reading →
This topic is really exciting for me, living in London, I am surrounded by “urban” every day and it can often become over-whelming. I am not a fan of concrete and have previously posted quite a few urban shots, so please visit my other posts to see them (Hong Kong, City of London, Paddington and Maida Vale, and many more!) However, I think one of the best way to celebrate “urban” life is to head down to Notting Hill Carnival on the August Bank Holiday, so that is exactly what I did.
This photo is my entry to the Urban competition – purely because, for me, it is one of my favourite perks of living in London and urban doesnt have to be grey concrete!!!!
Last weekend was the famous Notting Hill Carnival. I have been twice before with James and this year I went with my friends Jemma and Mike. Mike is also into photography so apologies go to Jemma for us spending most … Continue reading →