My Sunday Photo – Week 19.

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A little fun with Fotor’s colour splash.

I’m still buzzing from the wonderful time we had at Bressingham Steam and Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday.

I am planning a Things To Do In Norfolk post about it but it’s been a busy week, plus the weather has gorgeous and I feel we must get outside while we can – although obviously completely covered up to avoid catching the sun.

Here are a couple more.

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I always used to think gallopers were a bit frightening but after two goes I was warming to them. The bit I loved the most though was the gardens.

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More to follow.

Wishing you a happy week to come.

OneDad3Girls

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34 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – Week 19.

    1. Thank you, it was surprisingly hard (for me) to get the steam in focus. I might look up and see if there are any tips for snapping it, just in case we go again.

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  1. I love all the colours on the carousel. Completely agree that it’s more important to enjoy the sunshine right now than blog, it’ll be cooler again soon

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    1. You’re right. I had a quick look at the weather and by Tuesday it’s supposed to be getting cooler again. Oh well, we’ve got the summer to come! 🙂

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  2. Gorgeous photos, how incredible does the steam look on the train! And I love the splash of red!

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  3. i love your photos here Tara. that steam train reminds me of my childhood. We lived above the train line for the historic steam train which ran through the hills where we lived. such happy memories. that red splash is wonderful!

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    1. That sounds wonderful, Sherry (although I hope it didn’t come too early and wake you up). I bet it was an amazing sight. Thanks, as always, for commenting, much appreciated 🙂

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