EC, pleased with myself.
Thanks Ad Rad.
Have yourself a restful Sunday and a good week, Andrew. :)
Lee, unfortunate family matters impinged on what was going to be a quiet Sunday. Never mind.
CM, I should note the date for next year and do better and get it again as the sun goes back towards its northern rising early next year.
Beautiful! I fear, sometimes, that we will never see the sun again. We have had so much rain you would think we lived in London. Pass the umbrella!
Maribeth, you have so much of what we really need.
Now that is lovely - I would presume many would 'wait' for such a time and miss it.
Margaret, that we normally be me waiting and missing it.
powerfulCoffee is on
The power of the sun, Dora.
What a perfect shot! :)I stepped outside just n time to hear and see four WW1 biplanes go overhead followed by an old WW2 Cessna (I think) that dropped around 30,000 paper poppies according to the Sunday paper. I didn't see any poppies being dropped. Anyway, I was carrying stuff, so couldn't dash back inside for my camera.
River, what fun and how impressive (and noisy) that must have been, but no poppies fell near you. Forget the camera and just enjoy the moment. We should all do more of that.
Love it. Isn't it great when you capture such a moment!
Cro, I did not rush to download the photo to computer. I don't think I really thought it would be an ok photo.
Beautiful picture ! I again don't receive your comments in my emails !! Did you change anything ?
No Gattina. Everything should be working as normal now.
Gorgeous image Andrew, sometimes those spur of the moment shots are the best 💛
Grace, it was very much a spur of the moment.
Democracy is all very well, but why give it to the people? - Audrey Forbes-Hamilton.