This is part 2 of my Memories, Dreams and Reflections. If you want to see Part 1 then click here!
13. Autumn Harvest.
The thing is about being in the UK is that you don't get the whole Harvest-y Autumn. I know that it's a big thing in America: the pumpkins, Thanksgiving, rustic apples and pumpkin pies. But in England you don't really get that. So here is my Autumn--if not harvest--interpretation.
Ok. I was stupid. I should've used the picture that I used in Part one for this category. Oh well!
Yeah, so typical that my Dad would be pulling a silly on me...gotta love him.
I know this picture has some blur in it, but this was taken at my Grandma's birthday party and usually when I take a picture of my Dad he does a silly face (like the one above!). However, in this one he didn't. I was so happy, coz he looks so nice in this picture:-) Cheers Dad and Happy Birthday Grandma!
16. Let's Do It Again.
I love 1950's clothing. I would do a 1950's dress-and-photo-shoot again any day!
17. I Miss You.
I miss this beautiful dog of ours. She was the best dog alive.
These three ladies are beautiful. What more I can say?
19. Dress Up.
I have such a weakness for dressing up. It's true. And I love dressing other people up *squeal*! My poor sister...
This shot makes me happy because of the bokeh in the trees. Sigh.
This shot isn't in any way great, but I love how this little sea-side village has such character. With the boats and boat-sheds and the quaint little cafe'. The sea was indescribably grey (welcome to England nzkiwigirl!), but I enjoyed our holiday so much.
22. My Favourite.
Although it was darn cold when it did snow, I did enjoy it. It was so beautiful!
23. Don't Ever Change.
My mum and her mum. Pretty self-explanatory!
24. Just Because...So There!
Snow, snow and gummies!!! I l.o.v.e gumboots.
25. Hopes and Dreams.
I hope that I will get closer in my relationship with the Lord; I dream that I will become a professional photographer; I hope that I will finish my novel; I dream that I will buy an DSLR; I hope that I will get to know my cousin better; I dream that I will speak French fluently:
I hope that I will never cease to dream and I dream that I will never cease to hope.
(my wee poppet of a cousin)
Thanks for joining me than my 2010 journey! Thanks again Ashley:-)