Check me out – second month of Project 365 down and still going strong. Sort of. Again, I missed/forgot a couple of days here and there. But, it’s not a biggie.
Despite February being a short month, especially compared to the mammoth January, it felt like it went by far too slowly. I know why. It’s because I had something amazing to look forward to in March – holiday! (Which is why this month recap for February’s 365 photos are a little late.)
Only three photos taken on my camera. Everything else, phone photo. Thing is, I’m getting increasingly frustrated with the camera on my phone. It’s fine, 60% of the time. But if you ever dare try to take a photo where the conditions aren’t perfect, well, you’re going to get such an awful photo. Ho well. Least this is something I know and try to avoid. Continue Reading
Do you ever have those moments where you wished you’d taken your camera, but then also know, that would have been a terrible mistake? See on Saturday there was this big engagement ceremony/do type thing. It was awesome. So much … Continue reading
One month into my project: 365 for 2014 and it’s been … okay. In the sense that I haven’t struggled. Happily taking photos on my phone instead feeling the need to have to take them with my camera. Oh and I forgot a day and didn’t freak out. Win, right?
January’s been a busy month. Getting back from Bahrain, the parents are over, busy preparing things for a holiday in March. Lots to do. Though that doesn’t mean there are no mundane shots. Fear not, I’ve remembered to do plenty of those! Continue Reading
With all good intentions in my heart, I tried with my photos. Perhaps not enough. I know I should have taken my camera out with me more. And when I did take my camera out and about with me, I … Continue reading
This past weekend was my first ever hen-do. Not even joking. The whole weekend spent in a gorgeous house in the Cotswolds with a lovely bunch of girls.
While I can’t share what happened, what happens at the hen stays at the hen, I can share a few of the photos I took of the amazing place we stayed. A very gorgeous house (That a family actually live in!) in the Cotswolds, near Gloucester.
The hills are alive! Or not… it was a very quiet morning.
Nice to see the road I drove down the night before. Littered with apples from the nearby tree.
Our beautiful home for the weekend.
And again, our beautiful home for the weekend.
The first morning we were lucky with the weather. Clear blue skies and sunshine!
The little town of Dursley.
I don’t quite know what this was. A wall, with a door. Looked interesting enough.
The raging torrents! Or just a little stream.
The main entrance. I kid you not.
Such a beautiful front door.
Heading into the grounds.
The “garden”. As in the massive grounds surrounding the house.
There’s a waterfall, pool, and so much more!
Trees! Grass! Nature.
Just one of the inside shots I remembered to take. The study/drawing room.
And another from the same room.
Like I said above, a family lived in this house. Mum, dad and two kids. A house that, comfortably, housed 20 women. My mind was blown by that fact. My 10-year-old self would have LOVED to have been living in that house. Beautiful.