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Topsy

Topsy

I've been remiss in posting any images with regularity, mainly because I've been so busy.

I hope to be able to post a few more photos soon, so in the meantime here's another portrait.

The necklace

The necklace

I didn't take today's shot but I have processed it.

I'm actually in this one, for a change, but nicely tucked off to the side.

Nik took a few snaps while we were at the local farm's Victorian Christmas event.

I really wanted to process a black and white shot – it seems an age since I last made one. See what you think.

Marion

Marion

After last night's successful work event – the Most Interesting Awards – I was reminded that I had taken more than just the standard portrait photos of the winners from the previous show we held at the Ricoh Arena. This shot is another from that show, taken at a similar time to this.

The trapeze artist, at the point this was taken, had just plummeted toward the ground, unfolding from her red material as she fell. All quite intentional and very spectacular!

She reminded me of the the Marion, the trapeze artist, in the Wim Wender's film, Wings of Desire, hence the title.

Rings

Rings

We held our annual RailStaff Awards last Saturday at the Ricoh arena in Coventry.

This was my first RSA with the company, and it didn't disappoint – what an event!

Today's shot, taken from my table, is of the hula-hoop lady from the circus troop headlining the show – The Circus Express – They were breathtaking.

Darwin's mirror

Darwin's mirror

Another shot from our trip to the zoo.

As you can see, our cheeky monkey had no problem making friends. :)

Zoo sticks

Zoo sticks

My daughter would rather play with branches in the zoo than watch the animals.

I'm not complaining – she knows what she likes and sticks to it – good for her! I just wondered if other parents had kiddies that were similarly contrary? Where the boy or girl would rather play with a box than the toy inside. I'm not sure if I was the same when I was that young.

Solo

Solo

It didn't take Em long before she decided she wanted to go on the rides solo.

Even on the soft-play bus, where the larger children (the boys espcially) were making it anything but soft-play, she just got stuck in!

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