Sunday, 8 August 2010

Been on my jollies

I know I've had a few weeks of not commenting as much as I would normally do, but the very busy end of term was very quickly followed by a two week holiday in North Wales. The weather was a bit mixed, but it was very relaxing and the camera got lots of exercise!
These two photos were taken at South Stack on Holy Island, Anglesea.
We didn't go down the 400+ steps to the lighthouse, but enjoyed a walk round the RSPB reserve and cliff paths, getting the cobwebs blown out!
Now I don't often like photos of myself, but Meg has taken a few very flattering ones recently, like my new profile picture. She took this one without me knowing, and I think she captured the moment, so I decided to share it with you. I was watching dragonflies and damselflies resting on the lily pads.
Well, I'm off to get reacquainted with my craft table and over the next few days I hope I will have chance to drop in to see some of your lovely blogs. Please excuse me if I don't comment on all of them. You all seem to have been very busy whilst I've been away! Thanks for all the wonderful comments you have left me on my DT posts whist I've been away. They are very much appreciated x

12 comments:

  1. HI sweetie, nice to see you back I have just got up as I can't sleep, so what better thing to do than a few comments, and yours is the first I have come to.
    fantastic photo's that lighthouse looks amazing.
    looking forward to lots of your fantastic projets, I especially love your tags.
    back soon I hope love chris xx

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  2. Hi Sally,
    Welcome back from your hols. Looks like you took in some stunning scenery while you were away.
    Clare x

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  3. Lovely to have you back again Sally, have missed you and Brenda! Sounds like you had a lovely time, nice photos.
    Pinky

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  4. Hi Sal

    Welcome home!!

    Sounds like you had a wonderful time.

    Your daughter is a great photographer .. .. brilliant picture.

    Love Jules xx

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  5. Glad you are back hun! Hope you had a fabulous holiday - wish we could get away this year, hubby can't get time off yet (sigh)
    Go steady with all the washing hun! LOL
    Hugs,
    Teri x

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  6. Welcome home! we missed you but you have been to one of the most beautiful parts of our little isle. Cannot blame you for not doing the 400 steps think the climb back must be a killer LOL. Lovely picture your girl took of you. Have fun catching up LOL xx Zoe

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  7. Welcome back, Sally! Lovely photos - I look forward to seeing the rest! Meg's picture of you is great. Tell her I think she could have a career as a portrait photographer if she wants! See you on Tuesday - I'm really looking forward to our day out. xx

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  8. Welcome back Sally, It all looks so beautiful in the photo's including you love, your daughter has a good eye when it comes to photography.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  9. Lovely to have you back Sally and thanks for sharing those beautiful photos including the one of you.

    I always think the photos we don't know are being taken are always the best - unless we've just got out of bed that is, Lol!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  10. Welcome back, Sally - you've been missed! Funnily enough, I've just arrived home from North Wales and the Rhyl Air show, chasing Steam trains on the way - that's that you get for living with a photographer, lol. Glad you had a good time. Looking forward to seeing the August dragonflies myself when we get some sunshine! Bet the RSPB place was cool. We'll be out and about in Wales this next couple of weeks, so I may even end up there, as we did mention Anglesey!

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  11. What stunning scenery! I bet you didn't want to come back home! xx

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  12. Lovely scenery Sally. Looks like you had a fab time and I really like your new profile pic!

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