(Beaumont Leys, if you’re wondering.)
I decided to use it to take pictures of the decorations. I think I still have a lot to learn, mind…
Recently I saw an armadillo for the first time ever!
THRILLED to finally meet one. So I took some pics of him/her and the surrounding animals in the zoo.
Crikey, it’s a croc. (Or possibly an alligator)
Very angry meerkat:
Less angry meerkat:
A vulture friend
PILES of terrapins!
And a whole buncha phone photos, not as HD as the ones taken with the professional camera but still good to have!
Snapped at the Cleethorpes beach funfair (now closed).
A couple of weeks ago it snowed here. So I went out to take some photos, as you do, and I lost my glasses. I was so upset. I managed to get new ones but uggggh, it sucked, since I need them to function and everything. However now that that time is over I remember I never posted any of the photos I took!
Only three of ’em were even remotely interesting, alas.
There was ACTUAL SUN! today, even if only for a hour or too, so I went to a field and took some photos, as you do.
A shortcut to mushrooms!
Yes it was muddy.
After four months of going nowhere but the occasional field I have been to Bradgate Park in Leicester! Oh thank god. It’s so nice to BE OUT.
No-one else was wearing masks… apart from this elf we found in a tree on the way there.
I took a panorama with my phone once we got there. Surprisingly there are no deer in it (they are everywhere)
See, here’s one. This deer has an expression on his face I cannot read.
Dave took most of the above photos (only numbers 2 and 6 are mine I think) and he also took these AMAZING ones of a white deer chilling in the ruins of Lady Jane Grey’s estate. There was a wall in the way but he STILL MANAGED IT!
The Romantic/gothy side of me likes to think, maybe that’s Lady Jane’s reincarnated spirit wandering around there.
Meanwhile I took a picture of an interesting wall.
Dave then got this amazing photo of a dragonfly which are very hard to photograph-
AND THEN! WE CLIMBED! ALL THE WAY UP to Old John.
It’s much harder to get to than it looks from here, trust me.
I took this photo halfway up:
It’s worth it for the views, if your legs can take it.
Here’s some pictures I took at the top!
Here’s a couple of slightly more imposing-looking ones I took with my phone.
And then just before we left suddenly a noisy peacock flew overhead! Sadly neither of us got any photos of it in flight, but I WAS able to get close enough to it to take this:
And that was I think everything, and oh my god my legs are killing me.