i took a few snaps yesterday, snaps of our sunday, sunday snaps. they were of my boys. one big, one small. i was working on some black and white photography for the better photo project week 7, well i got a little carried away! i shared some of them on instagram but i love them so much i thought i would share them here too just in case you might have missed them.
i was having one of those mornings, ones that you wish would disappear as quickly as they appeared. it was then that i found that i had wondered into one of my favourite streets in london, and next to that two of my other favourite streets. after seeing them today, i will probably write about why these are so special, but for today i will share with you why these streets make me smile.
this week, week three of the better photo project, is all about focal points when taking a photograph of either an animal or a person. jenny from just photos by me / cheetahs in my shoes shares her top tip of focusing in on the eyes and letting everything else just happen around the shot. jenny knows her stuff so you’d best listen.
now i missed week one of the better photo project. i didn’t mean to, i had been really looking forward to it and when annie over on love all blogs posted about it, i was immediately thinking about the outdoor light so much more. however life kinda got in the way and by the time i got around to taking a photo in natural light. the linky had closed *insert sad face*. so when week two went live, i thought i would play catch up and merge the two together, i do hope that’s ok annie? annie is that ok? is it ok annie? sorry went all michael jackson on you then, won’t happen again 😉
it was a bit nippy out this morning, as ronnie would say, but the sun was shining so everything was alright. we scooted over to the east end after breakfast, to have a cuppa char with nanny minnie. on our way home we decided that actually it would be rather lovely to have a little walk around the park before lunch rather than after, well just incase that beautiful sun decided to disappear from our skies. we quickly popped home to grab our cameras and off we set.