How on earth have we got to the end of February already?!! This has sort of snuck up on me and only today I realised I was running out of time for this months pictures...in fact, make that have run out of time!
So much for making a concerted effort to get every one on the list...Feb has proved to be what my 14 year old nephew would call an 'Epic Fail' (imagine the emphasis that only teenagers can add to convey a million words!)
I have to confess to a slight heart sink when I saw Kathy's list for February...romance has been conspicuous in its absence in my life and there seemed an awful lot of that theme. But to be fair, I've also not managed to get pictures for music and food! Both of which have featured at times in considerable quantities! I've just been awful at remembering to take the camera out...
So here goes...
- music - fail!
- food - fail!
- cupid - didn't manage this either, no cherubs with arrows evident in my neck of the woods...
- in the sky
I seem to have taken lots of pictures of sky, clouds and tree tops this month (do I have a problem with constantly looking up??? I have to confess to having gashed my shin open one day whilst walking along sky-gazing...)
This was a very quickly snapped shot across the supermarket car park, what a treat to come out to...
- black and white
A number of things came to mind, but I liked this image...
- leap year
No great proposals! This was the best I could think of...no relevance to year but they were leaping around! (by the way, have you any idea how difficult it is to capture leaping monkeys on a little point and shoot???!!! When I'm a grown-up I will have a Proper camera...)
Norwich station, 6.30am...
...with the inevitable poor light effect :-(
Hadn't realised til much later that I was on platform 5!
- crowded - fail! haven't really been anywhere crowded (apart from work and its really not the done thing to go round snapping in a hospital!)
Again...lousy light I'm afraid, but it was deserted on the station - empty platform, empty train...
I think the old railway routes and canals count as part of our English heritage don't they?
8 out of 12...could do better, I think is all that can be said! Bit more effort required in March! Looking forward to seeing the new list!