Some fabulous pictures here. Worth a look
The most abundant species on the African plains, you can’t drive far into the bush without running into a zebra or two or twenty. They’re beautiful, graphic, and the perfect muse for black and white photography – plus the babies are flat-out adorable.
For those, like me, who love zebras, these images are for you…
I guess he thought I was funny looking
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One thing I’m really glad to be leaving behind is the Spring change in the clocks. Getting up this morning on this first working day of the week is a struggle. I’m just glad it wasn’t last weekend.
Lincoln High Street on a Sunday Lunchtime near Stonebow.
Serekunda, The Gambia
Serekunda Market in The Gambia
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Two Monks in Phnom Penh
Quiet streets in Talinn old town
Prague, Czech Republic
Narrowest Street in Prague
Outside the Vatican in Rome
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This morning we are up in Lincoln having travelled up with Mum last night.
In the UK today is Mothering Sunday (aka Mother’s Day) but apparently they are not the same.
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The deck always was blue but weathering had toned it down. So on reflection and having seen the brightness of the newly painted blue deck we have decided to lose the blue.
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Mum has done sterling work on the deck and in the house following on from Heather & Geoff – last week
We just need to keep it up when she’s gone!