I’ve had an amazing day with some wonderful people! Holy Nativity‘s Over 50s Lunch Club are a great bunch to spend time with. Today we had Year 1 singing the cutest carols and an amazing three course meal cooked by Sue (one of the church wardens) and a fantastic team of volunteers. So the photo
Day 8 of the Advent Photography Challenge is Wisdom. Check out the Facebook Group.
The fifth day of the Advent Photography Challenge is Ready. Sadly as this is Sunday and I’ve been busy vicaring, this is a shot taken with my phone two minutes before I started to lead the Communion Meal at Holy Nativity. This of course serves as a reminder that I am supposed to be blogging about
Keep awake—for you do not know when the master of the house will come, in the evening, or at midnight, or at cockcrow, or at dawn, or else he may find you asleep when he comes suddenly. And what I say to you I say to all: Keep awake.’ – Mark 13 The fifth day of
The fifth day of the Advent Photography Challenge is Flood. This is Wainhouse Tower Flood Lit taken from the Vandal’s car park in Warley. Check out the Facebook Group.
Day 2 of Advent – “Bound”. For I am bound by the laws of photography to point the camera at all sunsets and kittens. I’m going to attempt to do the Advent photo a day challenge. There is a group on Facebook doing it.
From our day out in Paris.
Click for a larger look on my flickr account. The deer have been outside our back window for nearly an hour now. This is actually a shot from a week ago when just one of them was the other side of our garden fence. There’s normally three.
Rousay Originally uploaded by The Muffin Man From my trip to Orkney.
From my flickr account. This is the view crawling out of the tomb. For more info, click through to flickr.