A year ago my dad received his diagnosis. It's been an odd year. I'd never have expected what has happened to happen. I don't remember taking this photo from his hospital bed. But I did. And I find it kind of poignant. If luck is such a thing in these circumstances then I am happy … Continue reading A year
Saw this poor lonesome bunny whilst finishing my run today. I wonder if she's a victim of social distancing?
Like many people I have been home, isolated and some distance from my parents. Both of my parents fall into the government's vulnerable group and live alone 284 miles away from us. So far I have managed to organise their shopping to be delivered to them but the slots are running out and regardless of … Continue reading Two types of people
Today is my birthday and we enjoyed a relaxing day in Suffolk. I wanted a quiet day without big celebrations and today fitted the bill perfectly. Richard and I visited RSPB Minsmere and took a steady ramble around the reserve and along Dunwich Beach. I will admit I have not been myself for a while … Continue reading Birthday Ramble
As I stated in a previous post, I recently received some bad news and it changed my outlook and my perspective. I think this is fair and not unexpected. I am now realising that photography may be one of the things that help me work through this and allows me time to try not to … Continue reading Photography as therapy