Today I’m having a rare break from work as Mum and I are off to climb what was one of Dad’s favourite hills. Not just Mum and I on this adventure. We are going to be joined by MrB, my sister, brother, sister-in-law, eldest nephew and Dad! Yup today’s the day Dad’s ashes are scattered.
I think Dad will be rather delighted with what we are doing as he loved walking. And the hill we’ve chosen – Melbury Hill – is rather special as it is behind the house where they first retired 25years ago. He loved walking here and we all have so many memories of great walks with him on this hill and others. Here are a few of mine, including one of us on the top of Melbury Hill 20+ years ago.
I had always planned a few days break after #Marchsquares, but hadn’t quite envisaged the break there has been. I’d forgotten you see that unlike the life of a lesser black-backed gull, the life of B is a little bit hectic this month.
I am still seeing squares and circles everywhere. The March challenge has encouraged me to look through the lens differently, and thanks to Laura and the excellent guides she shared last week I have also learnt quite a bit about photography ratios. No wonder our #MarchSquare adventure was such fun and so spectacular. Talking of which here is the final review I promised on Saturday. What a gallery we have created together, thank you again to everyone for your wonderful contributions. I cannot wait to see what you will achieve in June as one of the delights of this challenge has been Continue reading