The first in an occasional series of blog posts that are…er, how shall I put this…somewhat light on text.
In other words, mum has a few posts planned in her head but hasn’t actually found the time to splot them all down into the MacBook Pro.
Must. Try. Harder.
So, in the interests of continuing to get a new post up once every 10 days or so, I give you – a potted photographic history of little old me.
By that, I mean some random photos that mum quite likes…
You want another puppy pic? Oh go on then.
Ok, enough of the puppy pics.
We live on the south coast of Hampshire and are lucky to have the shores of the Solent only a mile from the front door. Stokes Bay is our nearest beach, which has some great fields nearby which is where this next photo was taken.
So, here’s one of me at my favourite local stretch of beach, Browndown. It’s a military training area and not always open to the public, but when it is we’ll often be there strolling along the seashore or running up the shingle banks.
This next photo was taken in May 2016, after mum took voluntary redundancy from her job at the end of March and had three months off. It was taken at Queen Elizabeth Country Park near Petersfield.
The next photo was used for #TongueOutTuesday on Twitter – something we take part in every week. We have one rule: the photo must have been taken at some point during the previous week. This one was a popular tweet.
And now to the final photo – one taken by the amazing wildlife photographer Tracey Rich.
That’s it! A post full of photos of me is never a waste, is it?