Photo a Day – Week Twenty Two and Twenty Three

Hello. I’ve been quiet for a while because we are away on a family holiday and I’m having issues using Gav’s laptop to process photos………. Technology eh?

But I uploaded some images before we left so lets catch up a little with a few weeks ago when we were still back home.

Started off that week with a visit to Scarborough with my younger niece. It has become something of a tradition. Lovely day and great view here looking back towards the lighthouse as we headed to the car.

Crossing something off the summer list…. She is a bit of a climbing daredevil.

Wonderful Dahlia about to bloom.

Out harvesting broad beans I found this hairy fella. Need to check what he will turn into.

A great little crop of our own tomatoes. They were perfect.

Science happening here. They were working through all the experiments in a kit someone gave her. Gav enjoyed this way more than she did although she was trying to get into it.

Four generations! Love this. Have been thinking about getting this photo ever since my older niece told us she was expecting. And here they are. My Mum, sister, my older niece and our newest addition.

My fav. I know I say that about all flowers but daisy’s are way up at the top of that list.

Trying to be healthy and it was really good.

Cute! Missing this fella while we are away….

Capturing the beautiful flowers while I can. Love this backlit sunflower.

Gav seems to have managed to grow beetroot! Yay.

More of that baby. I mean. So adorable.

And finishing off with a big bunch of sweet peas and a couple of dahlias.

And there we have it.

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2 Responses to Photo a Day – Week Twenty Two and Twenty Three

  1. Mary-Lou says:

    Another wonderful week captured in print. Gorgeous bunch of sweet peas – all mine got eaten by chipmunks, cannot wait to see what you create with the bunch, the dahlia is such a vibrant colour. Ah a baby, we also had a new addition in the family end of July & she’s like a little sweet pea herself.

    Looking forward to layouts for the family holiday, which include “ears” didn’t it?

    • mel says:

      Thanks Mary-Lou. Oh yes this trip has had ears! We’re still here and packing in as much fun as possible. Dare I say I had a big hug from a cute Chipmunk earlier today…… ; )

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