Most people start to get the impression that winter is on its way out in March. This year, the weather fairies seem to have flipped a switch on the 1st March and immediately cheered everyone up with a bit of sunshine. It’s interesting though, even when one would say the weather is improving, some people… Continue reading Has Spring Sprung?
February is usually pretty much the crappiest month of the year. Christmas and new year, a distant memory, while spring and the eventual arrival of the summer are most definitely a hazy dream, burst by chuffin’ freezing(ish) temperatures and rubbish train services. This year it’s been cold(ish) and without doubt, the trains have maintained their… Continue reading February Favourites
Spending time on the beach in the winter is not necessarily something I have done in the past. Jarvis has given us the ideal excuse to pull on warm clothing boots and gloves and go for lovely strolls by the sea at weekends. Taken during January, Jarvis and his BFF Cookie paused for a moment… Continue reading Puppy Love
Saturday night and nowhere to go? The lovely thing about living by the sea is that if you don’t have anything to do, then a walk along the beach in the evening will always bring its own rewards. Out for about an hour or so last night and took a few snaps as I went. Came… Continue reading Whitstable beach at Sunset
Everyone loves a good sunset right? Most people are sick of hearing about the ones in Whitstable. At some point I will capture one that is awesome. In the meantime, here is a pretty ordinary one, which has been tarted up with a little post production.
I finally managed to drag myself out of bed early on a Sunday Morning. Sadly it was a drab and dull September morning and this was the best of a very bad bunch indeed.
It’s funny the effect a bit of sunshine can have on the psyche. We often talk about how it can turn the biggest sourpuss into a grinning loon. I however, at this time of the year find myself thinking about the beach, and home.
I continue my journey into this new hobby full of expectation and verve. I am, however starting to realise that there is quite a bit more involved than I might have first considered. Before I crack on with today’s subject, I want to take a minute to reflect on what I have assimilated so far.