I really felt like a break today, so I went to visit one of my favourite buildings in Nottingham City Centre. The light was lovely and it was so quiet.
Me and my family went for a drive today and stopped off for a pigeon shaped adventure. There were so many of them and the sky was so blue! Me and my Brother, Theo love taking photos, and have completely different perspectives. When they all flew over head together and landed on the building opposite, they created such incredible shadows. Here are my two favourite photos:
Al and I took Friday off and went to the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry centre. It was great fun and a chance to play with my new camera some more. I couldn’t take any photos of the butterflies as my camera started sweating as soon as we entered and never acclimatised. Here are the chosen photos from the many I took that day:
This rabbit was so fluffy and was lolloping around. It was love at first sight.
The peacocks were so beautiful and their feathers made an incredible noise as they herded the other birds away.
duck Goose(?), in contrast was so unusual and slightly ugly looking.
…A lot of wonderful sights, as well as Alan’s Grandparents who are such great company. We stayed in West Chiltington (where we were fed so well and were supplied with pots of tea a plenty!) and visited Brighton.
I loved these colours:
The affects of the sea air:
These buildings were beautiful. I would love to see what was inside! We drove in to turn around and there were some people there. I just carried on photographing it, but I will never shake that feeling of being watched.
This was outside Waitrose:
Beach huts on Worthing beach:
I haven’t been feeling 100% this weekend but I took the cats in the garden to get the sun on their fur and whilst doing that I noticed my shadow against the house. I thought it would be fun to take a few photos of me and Al’s shadows moving.
Later we decided to get some more fresh air and embrace the good weather, so visited Sherwood forest. I decided to photograph our shadows walking along on the floor.