Archive for July, 2018
I missed this day. This is a supply photo that I could have taken yesterday, but failed to do so. Oh well! Basically it rained all day, and this morning it’s been raining again. More rain! Well , I guess it’s needed really.
Today was a great and unusual day! My partner and I are not the adventurous type really, but her parents happened to win a Segway experience in the Forest of Dean. We couldn’t really do much photography on the things themselves, but the area was so nice anyway!
On our way back home and we usually end up stopping at a park in Salisbury. We have never really had a chance to explore it, always keen to get back on the road, but it looks so nice that I couldn’t help have a look at little further in.
My grandma has had this apple tree in her front garden for as long as I can remember. Every year it’s so consistently producing really fantastic fruits.
Near my grandparents’ is a really good little gaming café, which we always try and drop into for a good few hours when we’re down. Pictured is Photosynthesis, a game about growing trees!
We have stopped off for part two of the holiday – a few days with my grandparents in Dorset. This is their dog, William. He’s certainly the king of this house!
Well, it’s time to head back to the mainland. Can’t say I was thrilled to leave because I have hugely enjoyed this holiday. As we were crossing we saw a lot of people heading off on their own holiday. I hope their time is as good as mine was!
I was on the way back from a shop selling all things chilli, when I saw an awesome view from the road. Thought I would turn round when I could and go and take a picture… turned out the place where I turned round was better!
Oh man, this was a nice place to be. We had a really chill morning when it wasn’t too hot so we just sat and read and watched some people in the sea play cricket with an inflatable crocodile and a beach ball.
Well, I have at least TAKEN a photo every day, and I will post them all up now. It’s been a long delay, I know, but on holiday there’s not that much time really!
This is my first picture from from boat! It’s a view of the needles, a very well known rock formation on the island. We were lucky enough to see it from a speedboat.