This Week {words and pictures}

This has been a week of disappointments:

~ disappointment that Mr E-D has to stay connected to his Vac-pump therapy a while longer, restricting mobility

~ disappointment that we will miss our visit to Buckingham Palace this weekend

~ disappointment not to be able to get out and about in the glorious weather today


On the bright side:

~ Luca posted a fabulous photo on The Monochrome Muse, his tribute to Swiss-American photographer Robert Frank

~ It’s the Belgian F1 Grand Prix at Spa this weekend (one of my favourites) oh how I’d love to drive the Eau Rouge Corner

~ I read this great post about ‘mindfulness’ by Grace of Grace Notes – a highly recommended read if, like me, you suffer from anxiety

~ Two of the three photos above resulted from spending time in my garden, playing around with in-camera motion blur

~ Buckingham Palace have told us our tickets will be validated to use next year – thanks, Your Maj!


How’s your week been? Would you like to share it with us in words and pictures?

You can share via comments, link to your blog or share on Twitter with the hashtags #wordspictures or #thisweek


I’m joining in with the lovely Jane, at Writing & Stuff, pop over and visit her to see how she’s spent her week.

Hope you had an enjoyable one.

This Week {words and pictures}

This week 07-08-15

~ looking at things from back to front

~ my sky August 5th (07:44)

~ so pleased to see the Japanese anemones opening into full bloom

~ catching sight of a fairy at the bottom of the garden


Sharing another week of photographs from my garden with Jane of Writing & Stuff 

How  has your week been?

We’d love to know.  You can either share in comments, link to your blog or

Share on Twitter with hashtags #wordspictures and/or #thisweek

A Beatle in Streatham, London

Colour Streatham Beatle-0745

Reblogged from The Monochrome Muse | See this portrait in black and white and read why I approached a total stranger and asked if I could take a photograph of him for the 100 Perfect Strangers project by The Girl Who Clicked.