Having a braai, and this ballon paid us a visit as it passed over.
Shadows cast by Lily of the Valley flowers I have posted photos of these pretty little white flowers before. On this particular day, after a short rain shower. I noticed the shadows cast by the sun. The flower pot was in just in the right spot to catch the evening sun. It does add up... Continue Reading →
A good lunch break in the sunshine at Limes Farm in Farthinghoe. Lockdown is easing asnd the sun came out!
Coffee for the British Grand Prix 2021
Getting ready for Bretts Own Brews coffee and toastie service at the British Grand Prix 2021.
A white goose head - peering through a barrier which stops people falling in the lake. It seems my camera gear is hardly used these days, so I took a walk recently, at our local St James Lake. The lake is just 5 minutes walk from my front door. The path around it is well... Continue Reading →
Lily of the Valley flowers in a pot in the garden. As spring moves towards summer every year this pretty little white flowers bloom in a pot in our garden. Always a welcome sight, we do watch for them to appear. In fact, this year, they have self-seeded to the point where we will need... Continue Reading →
It is summer - a beutiful pink rose and bud. Always a welcome sight when we see this pink rose flowering in our garden. It means summer is here! I have a selection of photos, over the years, of this rose. I particularly like this mist y effect, so that's the one I have posted... Continue Reading →
The Pig Place at Adderbury. Sitting in the sun on a great big comfortable couch in the Oxfordhire sunshine. What better way to have lunch.
The sunset off the town of Oia on Santorini is well known and attracts many visitors to the viewpoints and pathways of Oia.
Moved from Self Hosted to WordPress.com
Early 2021, still in COVID-19 lockdown, saw Hairy1Travels migrate from a self hosted site to WordPress.org. Read on for details of how and, more importantly, why. The effects of Lockdown Lockdown in 2020 meant many changes for most people, not excluding me. Work became hugely busy, trying to set users up to work from home,... Continue Reading →