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‘Snow’

Day 169 – Puppy eyes. Poor old Bella has been neglected recently due to Hugo being around, at one point she would run off if I got the camera out as she had had enough of it being thrust in her face. But times have change and  now she desires all the attention I will […]

  Day 92 –  Barking up the wrong tree. I go up to these woods frequently, to walk the dog, allow my daughter to play and climb the trees as she so loves to do, and to get perspective on things. I look down on the beautiful town I live in, let the fresh air […]

  Day 83 – Snow way down. You’d be forgiven for thinking this is winter, we are officially in spring, the bulbs are sprouting, daffodils are flourishing seas of yellow everywhere and now the temperatures have plummeted to an all time low in the last 50 years. With a sugar dusting of snow, where better […]

Day 23- Slush puppies! You are probably thinking you saw this image yesterday, and you’d be right, but that was taken at night with a Nikon D800 and I wanted to try it again to see what kind of comparison I would get in the daytime with a CSC camera, a camera at a fraction […]

Day 22 – So the snow is back and as I am a snow lover I couldn’t be happier! It reminds me so much of when I was a kid, just as exciting as waiting for the ice-cream van after school, sadly this ice-cream van will be running late as its skidded off the road […]

Day 20 – When I started this project I really wanted to avoid filling each day with pictures of  1. My Daughter  2. My Dog  3. My soon to arrive baby. But like anything in life you love so much you can’t help but want to share it, I would add my wife to that […]

Day 19 – Snow is still here and my pooch just loves the snow, this Miniature Schnauzer (Snowauzer)  is not a catch ball, get stick dog, but a poser, a show dog or so she thinks, but when the snow comes… she is a mad dog, if she’s not running around in it… she’s eating […]

Day 15 – Nothing can give you the true perspective of what happened at these camps, and visiting can only give you a little better idea. Whilst walking around in the comforts of my boots, thermals, coat, hat and gloves, you cannot but think how you could even survive a few minutes here in next […]