Is this a photo of a beautiful sunrise, or is it a comment on congestion into Exeter during rush hour?
Or is it both?
Either way, if any public transport providers would like to use this in their advertising, please feel free to drop me a line on Twitter.
Well its not finished yet, but this is sunset over the Exeter Ikea.
As it currently stands…
This is from a brighter moment earlier this week; while we were playing playing on the trampoline the Little One kept looking up shouting, “Go Away! Go Away!”
I kept looking up and all I could see were these clouds.
It seems on closer inspection there were also a load of flies, way above both our heads.
But I kept paying attention to the clouds.
A small sample of the balloons we blew up for the The Little Ones Birthday.
Two Hundred and Twelve this year, between myself, my brother in law, and the Little One saying yes… it looks like we’re planning for more next year…
Had a chance to try out The Tea on The Tea on The Green (on The Exeter Cathedral Green) earlier this afternoon.
There seems to be loads of options for Gluten Free eating, I can recommend the pasty – and the chips I stole from the Little One tasted amazing.
Been feeling rough this week, so here’s a little moment from the Bank Holiday Monday.
This was taken while walking down a busy path away from the beach in Exmouth. This little guy was all too happy to pose for a photo.
You know when you walk an interesting looking path, but you never really see it because you’re just so used to walking that way?
It may have been the light, but I’ve walked past this path hundreds of times.
I’ve only just really seen it this week.
The view over Morchard Bishop as the sun set the night before my birthday.
This view wasn’t far from where we camped that night, which was the first time our little one went camping. It appeared that she had a better nights sleep than both Mrs Sofa, and myself.
An old photo of the sunset over our local playing fields.
I’ve got some time off this week, chasing the Little One around this field is on our list of things to do.
Been looking through some old photos this weekend, found this one that was taken somewhere in Exmoor a couple of years back. I might give this a go with the Plotograph app at somepoint.