It was a good weekend…

this weekend just past, busy but very enjoyable. On Saturday we went into Chelmsford to do our weekly shop and afterwards met up with our friends Richard nad Ann for lunch at Pinchos Restaurant. It’s a favourite eating place of ours as the Tapas is so good coupled with friendly, helpful staff and a great ambiance.

Then on Sunday I was collected by a friend (Terry) from the Photography forum I belong to and taken down to Sissinghurst Gardens
where we met up with another friend (Paul) to spend a most enjoyable day in glorious sunshine taking photo’s of the gardens etc. I have put a lot of the photo’s into my Photo Album which if you click on the link ‘Places of Interest’ shown on the left side of the page and it will take you straight there.

I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I did in taking them. I still have many more photo’s to upload from our South African and Australia trips. Also I have lots of general photo’s I would like to share with you and these will be loaded to the Photo Album as and when time permits..so please keep popping back to see the latest I’ve uploaded.

As ever many thanks for visiting and leaving your kind comments..

See you again soon.

Bev

4 thoughts on “It was a good weekend…

  1. Hi Bev! ((Hugs)) 9 days until I leave for vacation…I sooo can’t wait πŸ™‚ I keep tripping over my bags *LOL* Love that photo it’s beautiful! I am glad you had fun with your photography friends πŸ™‚ I was peeking at the SA photo albums..I will have to revisit them with Nick tomorrow he is sooo going to love your photos! They are fabulous πŸ™‚ Have a fabulous weekend!!

  2. Oh my those flowers are beautiful, makes me want a bouquet of them on the table! πŸ™‚

    Have a great weekend!

  3. Hi Bev – thanks for visiting our blog so regularly.

    I find taking photos of flowers particularly challenging for some reason. When I saw your photo I thought to myself that it’s really good – the composition and DOF is just perfect. Well done.

    I then saw the your photo of Table Bay harbour and Table Mountain. It’s hard to be sure, but I think I was out shooting that day also. I remember the clouds coming over the mountain all day, disappearing into nothingness as they hit the warm air. I think it was a pretty windy day and the thing that I found strange was that certain places in Cape Town were perfectly breathless. I’m glad that you enjoyed your stay.

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