Here is my close up/macro challenge for May on Cee’s midweek madness challenge. This one has to be my favourite close up photograph mainly because it reminds me of a bright summer.
This month Beckys theme is bright. How could I not post the bright little solar powered bee lights that are on the caravan veranda before we left. They were my birthday present from a work colleague and I just think that they are so cute.
It has been a while since I posted a blog for are you square but this post is actually for 2 different photo challenges that I enjoy. Firstly for Becky’s are you square which this month is bright, for Cee’s flower of the day.
Dandeliona common small, bright yellow wildflower that has a lot of long, thin petals arranged in a circular pattern around a round centre.
This month Beckys theme is bright and this is just a little selection of photographs of those bright eyed and bushy tailed squirrels that I have managed to get photographs of.
This month Becky’s theme is bright. This was not necessarily the planned blog for tonight but after looking out of the window and seeing this sky I just had to post the for tonights bright square. These are the photographs as I have just taken them on my phone.
This month Becky’s theme is bright and with lockdown regulations in the UK being relaxed ever so slightly on Monday maybe this picture is ever so fitting in that we are starting to see the bright light at the end of the tunnel. I love this photograph taken on a walk down the Liverpool loopline, an old railway line that has now been converted into a multi-use path for cyclists and walkers alike.
I do love seeing the bright yellow daffodils
This month Becky’s theme is bright so how could I leave this statue out with all of those bright coloured stones. This is the Liverpool mountain that I have plucked out of my archive photographs and it is found in Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock. It was created by Ugo Rondinone who was inspired by naturally occurring Hoodoos and the art of meditative rock balancing and is 10 metres high.
You cannot get the true size of it in this photograph but I was on my own the day I took this photograph as Mr H was at work, maybe on our next visit to Royal Albert Dock I will either stand beside it or get Mr H to stand beside it so you get an idea of how big it actually is. I still can’t quite get used to calling the Albert Dock Royal Albert Dock as it has just been given royal status (it is a fabulous place with lots of things to visit and I don’t think I have done a proper blog about it so maybe that will be an idea for the future, it is one of those places that you find you don’t visit enough when you live in the city).
This month Becky’s theme is bright and I thought I would carry on the weekend with something that is bright and cheerful along with being fun yet practical.
This little duck watering can was a gift for my birthday to take to the caravan to water the plants on our veranda. Don’t you just love the bright yellow colour it just brightens up your day?
How could I not take a picture of the sky this Easter weekend I just loved how bright a blue it was with just that single cloud in it. It was fun trying to think of what the cloud looked like. I am thinking maybe a little fish or a spaceship on its side. What do you think?
Making the most of the nice weather this weekend while it lasts as the weather report says it is going to change next week.