My Sunday Photo – January 22nd, 2017.

Taking her own photos of the sunrise while dressed as a princess.

The cold mornings have brought with them some amazing sunrises this week and I couldn’t resist taking a billion photos (don’t worry, I’ll only share a couple for My Sunday Photo).

This is the one behind Freya.


And this was the next day.


What a busy sky.

Wishing you a brilliant week ahead.

Why not check out what other people have been photographing this week by clicking the camera below.


My Sunday Photo – January 15th, 2017.


This is the moment Freya discovered snow is wet and cold – and she was not very happy about it.

“Can you make me a snowball so I can throw it at you, please?” She asked.

“You could make one yourself.”

“No, it’s too cold.”

Umm, ok.

As it’s a rare occurrence I had to pick snow for this week’s My Sunday Photo – even though my photos aren’t anything to shout about.

It snowed on and off on Friday morning and towards lunchtime there was enough for us (well me, as she still refused to touch it) to make a (very small) snowman.


Mostly she preferred to watch (and take photos) from the window.



Have you had any snow? Are you a fan? I’m more of a beach person.

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My Sunday Photo – January 8, 2017.


It’s been a chilly start to the year in Norwich but Jack Frost created some pretty photo ops – and I got to play with my new 50mm lens.

I already had a 50mm but this one is so quiet and smooth. I actually “oohed” the first time I used it. I’m really surprised by how different it is to the old one (although it had got to the point where that one would only take images it really liked, which wasn’t that often). I’m still getting the hang of it.




I’m lucky that Freya likes being outside whatever the weather (and I make sure she’s well wrapped up). This was the first time she had held a piece of ice.


I’m not sure these poor birds on the pond were as taken with it. There were some rather unfortunate landings.


How’s the weather been where you are?