Just about bordering on odd, I see things through different eyes.The heading says it all - I live, I love, I craft, I am me...


Evening Walk

I was feeling restless.
The day had been beautiful while I'd been at work.
Now home... I could not settle.
We'd eaten. 
I'd washed up, 
the boys were doing homework.
I definitely felt capricious.
I needed to get out. 
Eldest chose to accompany as we took to the hill behind the village and watched the sun go down.
I feel better.
Thank you very much.

 Thank you for your lovely comments of my latest pictures - it is amazing what a camera service and a new lens can do for photographs and the photographer!

Quite a few of you have asked what my camera and the new lens are.

It is a Sony a230 and the original lens is a Zeikos UV 55mm lens, my new lens is a Tamron 70-300mm (Sony compatible) - nothing fancy, not hugely expensive but  the happiness levels are amazing high :)

In case you hadn't noticed, I took a few photos.......


  1. It does not have to be expensive, modern gives you better quality, love your photos.

  2. Thanks for your comment on my blog, its always nice to find new blogs to read. I've been having a lovely read of what you have been up to.
    Gorgeous pics of your sunset, we've been enjoying the sunshine and eating outdoors....sheer bliss of an evening!

  3. I do not think you can have too many photos! This time of year is great as we now have evenings and light!

  4. Nothing that an evening walk can't cure!

  5. I love the photographs of the horse's eye. They have a look of deep wisdom far beyond our understanding. xx


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