@ Nadia’s

Hello again! This week’s blog was done on a whim at our favourite local café yesterday. We had a busy working week last week and did not get the opportunity to go out on a proper photos shoot and this ‘shoot’ just sort of came about. We were enjoying a cup of coffee and tea, respectively, when we were discussing what to do about the week’s photos… Next thing I know, we leave the café with 10 nice abstract-style images 🙂 Here are mine…

Have a look at my husband, Ray’s images here: http://www.rayscam.com/

1. Condiments.
1. Condiments.
2. Tea, anyone?
2. Tea, anyone?
3. Table for two...
3. Table for two…
4. A wee drop of milk with my tea ;-)
4. A wee drop of milk with my tea 😉
5. Deserted.
5. Deserted.
7. The bench...
7. Shadow on the seat…
6. Lights everywhere!
6. Lights and reflections.
8. Nadia's!
8. Nadia’s Café…such a lovely place to be 🙂
9. All in a row.
9. All in a row.
10. An after coffee mint ;-)
10. BLITZ!

 

See you again next week! 🙂

Pugh’s Lagoon ~ Part 2

We return to the lovely lagoon in Richmond this week. Some more wild life and beautiful scenery to take in. Enjoy these 🙂

Do have a look at my husband’s wonderful photographs: http://www.rayscam.com/ he has some stunning images! 

1. Little pied cormorant.
1. Little pied cormorant.
2. A dusky moorhen.
2. A dusky moorhen.
3. Autumn colours.
3. Gold in the sun.
4. Silhouette.
4. Silhouette.
5. Green
5. Green.
6. Reflections.
6. Reflections.
7.
7. The other side of the lagoon.
8. Hello :-)
8. Hello 🙂
9.
9. Autumn colours.
10. Swan's end...
10. Swan’s end…

 

Until next week 🙂

Pugh’s Lagoon

Hello again folks! Last week we took a wee drive to Richmond to visit a lovely little lagoon that we have been previously been to. Lots of ducks, geese, dusky moorhens and swans. And plenty of children to feed them too! 🙂

Do have a look at my husband’s wonderful photographs: http://www.rayscam.com/ he has some stunning images! 

1.
1. A lovely place to be…
2.
2. In the water.
3.
3. This scene reminded me of England…
4.
4. The lagoon.
5.
5. Sun bathing 😉
6.
6. The afternoon sun on the water.
7.
7. Taking a wee walk.
8.
8. ’tis where the food is!
9.
9. Dead tree…
10.
10. On his own some 😉

 

Until next week! 

Fagan Park ~ 3

Fagan Park comes to a conclusion with my last selection. I hope you enjoyed them as much as I enjoyed wondering through this lovely and large park.

Do have a look at my husband’s wonderful photographs: http://www.rayscam.com/ he has some stunning images! 

1.
1. Shady view.
2.
2. Yellow grevillia…in the Australian garden.
3.
3. Red grevillia; another beautiful Australian native.
4.
4. Lush lavender.
5.
5. The grand staircase of the Mediterranean garden. 
6.
6. Strelizia regina…a South African native.
7.
7. A snippet of the African garden.
8.
8. Aloe.
9.
9. Pretty daisies.

 

 

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10. Orb weaver.

See you all next week 🙂