It’s Valentines day! I never tend to make a huuuge thing of it. It’s a nice thing though and I always enjoy buying little cute things for my partner. She really means the world to me 🙂
I wanted to do a shot which focussed on reflection, and while one in the countryside of a still lake would be great, there aren’t many of those in the city centre!
I never see anyone sitting on them, and I honestly doubt anyone does. But hey, why do they have to be functional? This photo of them isn’t functional, but it’s nice.
Landscapes are my favourite subject, but every weekend has been dreary, disappointing weather so I have not been able to go out on a proper walk in ages.
But finally, Sunday was nice.
For a while at least…
There’s a shop on the high street near me which has been there a reasonable amount of time. It’s become part of the furniture. It’s a nice little place full of picture frames, boxes too small to put anything in, witty signs which let people know you like wine, and Christmas decorations. But it’s going soon. Big discount on everything they had – it’s no surprise that it was the busiest I have seen it.
One of the more interesting, and more pointless objects in there was a wreath of reels.
One of my favourite drinks, especially with a bit of the syrup from the cherry jar mixed in!
Home is a comforting place, especially with these guys staring up at you when you come in!
Bundled up, wrapped with twine. The sheaf is actually used for miniature models. It’s nice using natural materials in a hobby which is so inherently un-natural. Plastic.
The last remnants of winter’s hold are slowly being pushed out of the season by spring. But still a flurry of snow, the last hurrah, falls forth from the sky and scatters powder onto the plants and pavements.
My dad, romantic as he can be sometime bought my mum a bunch of flowers. They’re in a vase in the lounge now, and while they’re still there and not dying I thought I would capture one of the more unusual parts of it.