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My Sunday Photo – December 30th, 2018.


It’s the end of an era – the last My Sunday Photo link up. A massive thanks to Darren for running it for so long. I hope he enjoys having his Sundays (and I’m sure other days) back (although it will still run on Instagram).

We had a lovely trip to the beach before Christmas. I’ve never been to West Runton before but have heard lots of amazing things about it – mainly that a fossilised skeleton of a mammoth was found in the 1990s – so when Mark suggested some fresh air, I knew just where to go.


I’d had an op on my right shoulder a couple of days before and couldn’t lift my camera very high but made use of the screen rather than the view finder and my iPhone, which was much easier.

Freya and Mark had lots of fun hunting for fossils, although were equally clueless about what to look for. We will definitely go back for one of the fossil hunting days held in the summer.


Thank you to everyone who has liked and commented on my photography posts over the years. Always appreciated.


Wishing you all a very happy 2019!




22 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – December 30th, 2018.”

  1. What beautiful photos. I have enjoyed looking at them over the years and seeing Freya grow up. I hope you are feeling better after your operation. Happy new year!


  2. Tara, Does this mean that you won’t be doing your Sunday photo? I’ll miss it dearly! It gave me insight into exploring in the UK. Best wishes to you and your family! Happy New Year!🎉🎉🎉❤️


    1. Hello! I’m not sure. I used to save them for Sunday but now I suppose I could just post whenever. I might look around for another photo linky to join as it was a good inspiration to take them. Wishing you and your family a happy and healthy 2019.

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  3. Lovely photos, I especially like the one at the bottom. Aww you have to carry on sharing photo’s, they’re always so good. Happy New Year, and all the best for 2019.


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