#Project365 14/52

I’ve had a better week this week. It’s been freezing cold here in the UK but at least its been dry and sunny.

Monday saw the arrival of my bag from Next. I had also ordered a gold bag and a leather kindle case that came on Thursday.

The Daffodil was growing in a pot in our village square. It looks so pretty in the sun and proof that spring / summer is actually here even if it doesn’t feel like it!

The next 3 shots are from our trip to Gloucester on Friday.  I had taken a few shots in the city and the spike is at the Quays. The other 2 shots were taken from the car via the ‘Hi-Speed’ burst setting on my camera. It takes several shots in quick succession, ideal when you or the subject is moving.  The beach is not actually a beach – it a stretch of sand along the River Severn near Newnham.
Lastly a picture of the Grandson when he and his Daddy popped in on Saturday.

Oh and I’ve had a play with the theme of the blog.. The post titles, header and the sidebar have all changed.. what do you think?? Like it / Loathe it ? Anything you’d change? Leave a comment to let me know..

Check out my other Project 365 pictures so far.

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7 comments on “#Project365 14/52

  1. our daffs not that far out yet, you must be feeling a bit better if you been out and about this week. Blog looking good but I dont see a search facility. I like the background I have to say.

  2. Jaime Oliver says:

    great pictures our spring flowers are either dead and didn’t make it through the snow or have yet to appear!

  3. I like the new layout – it’s original. Daffodils are here now we need the nice mild Spring weather!

  4. jenny paulin says:

    i like the clutch bag lovely colours. and i like seeing daffs always bright and cheery. great photo of Ashley too – he looks very pleased with himself there
    and your new look blog is very smart and clean looking – i like it x

  5. ejxw says:

    What pretty daffodils! We are finally seeing some snow melt in our area, no blooms yet though!

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