Hi this month’s Photo Scavenger Hunt is slightly different than normal as Jill simply asked us to contribute twelve random photo’s from our month. I am happy to do that 🙂 so here goes. Apologies to those of you who may have seen some of these pictures in my past posts.
Naughty But Nice ~ Although I am on a bit of a health kick this month, I have had time for a couple of treats. Oh yes :). This was a particularly wonderful Afternoon Tea I enjoyed with friends at the lovely Mitton Hall near Whalley. It was I have to say, scrumdiddlyumptious!
Gorgeous Scenery on a day out in the Lake District. The lake is ‘Derwent Water’ and there is snow on the mountains ,geese on the lake and a certain black labrador is enjoying a paddle. 🙂
One Black cat sat on my bed. She thinks it’s her bed obviously!
Family ~ Wow this feels like a long time ago now. Our Christmas get together actually happened in the New Year. Every year tradition dictates that we pose for a family photo. This involves my brother setting up the camera, everyone jostling for position and all of us falling about laughing when the camera doesn’t take the shot. Fun times. 🙂
Read ~ The only book I have read so far this year is ‘The Art of Being Normal’ by Lisa Williamson, which I heartily recommend.
Here’s a close up of Hugo by the lake. He’s just come out of the water which must have been freezing! He’s wearing his new Grrrrrrrrrrr! tag. :0).
Welcoming ~ A lovely wooden horse welcomes visitors to a shop in Kirkby Lonsdale.
Naked ~ Yup, one of many naked statues on Crosby Beach near Liverpool. One Hundred of them in fact! You can read my post about this unusual art installation here. :0)
On the same day we visited Formby Beach , where the nearby pine woods are home to lots of cute red squirrels.
Uninspiring picture of the spare room. We are hoping to decorate and make it into a kind of dressing room/storage space. Trip to Ikea is needed methinks. 🙂
Gorgeous wildlife tiles at the Rheged Centre in Penrith.
And my Favourite birdie picture from January is this cute female Bullfinch!
Thanks for dropping by!
February Beckons. 🙂