What a difference two years makes. Just a little over twenty-four months ago we were awaiting the arrival of our son. To commemorate the occasion we went to the park and took a few pictures. The bump, after all, would be short lived.
Since then we’ve spent a lot of time in the playground where these pictures were taken.
Last week we did the same thing, now that we’re expecting our daughter in a few weeks. Other than the obvious difference — we had a two year old in tow this time — we had a very different time of year and a change of location — Cannizaro House.
With six weeks to go, the bump is quite possibly as big as it was at the end of the last pregnancy. This is unfortunate as last time there was no need to run after a very energetic toddler…
Make that an energetic, wilful and opinionated toddler. This picture is after chasing him around a flower garden for five minutes!
Still, he stays still for a while when something piques his interest. And, in this respect, you can’t get better than a really good stick.
With him suitably distracted, we managed to take a few more pictures. It was a nice, bright February day. The light was great.
And we had a lot of fun taking them. Hopefully it will be good to look back at them in a few years time.
While a landscape is more typically about land, I didn’t really visit anywhere very far inland in the last year, hence this image of a walk between Perros-Guirec and Ploumanac’h in France as my entry in this weeks PhotoFriday challenge, “Landscape 2014.” In any case, the landscape here is influenced by the nearby sea so I don’t think I’m too far from the mark!
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Twilight.” I’m entry number 98.
I’m afraid that I didn’t have any pictures of vampires for this weeks PhotoFriday theme, “Twilight.” I had to make do with this image, taken on my iPhone from my back garden. (In fact I do have a couple of other pictures that might match the theme better, but I’ve already used them for PhotoFriday before. I decided to use a new picture instead.)
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Female.” I’m entry number 39.
As the risk of going for the cliché for this weeks PhotoFriday theme, “Female,” I went for the wedding picture, the big white dress and the contrast with the groom.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Beasts.” I’m entry number 40.
At the risk of sounding like a Top Gear presenter, I thought this lineup of super-cars might work as my entry for this weeks PhotoFriday theme, “Beasts.”
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Dramatic.” I’m entry number 46.
I like the way that the sun spotlights this tiny town in Corsica. You could almost say that it’s “Dramatic,” which is why it’s my entry for this weeks PhotoFriday challenge of the same name.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Climate.” I’m entry number 96.