Wouldn’t you know it, just as we got our first frost, our boiler broke. I’ve spent most of the week trying to find someone to replace it. Just when I thought I was getting somewhere, he called back to say it was going to cost an extra £1400 on top of what he already quoted. Argh.
Needless to say, my camera has been neglected this week…until this sunrise. I know some people are not keen on sunrise pics (I ALWAYS lose followers on Instagram when I post) but this one kept getting better. Freya and I sat and watched it for a good 20 minutes. The one directly above is taken with the iPhone and the one below with the big camera.
Please keep your fingers crossed that the cold weather predicted this week doesn’t materialise – although, while we don’t have heat, we do still have hot water at the moment so it could be worse.
To see what other people have been photographing, please click on the camera below.
Also, if you’re about tomorrow, please pop back to read my final Behind The Book post of 2018. I’m delighted to welcome one of my favourite writers, number one best-selling author Shari Low.
Autumn really seems to have hit in the last week or so – and my camera has been enjoying itself.
What I particularly love about this time of year is the light. There have definitely been some “oooh” moments. We met my friend at Eaton Park in Norwich last Sunday and had a lovely walk around before popping to the cafe (she cleverly blended in perfectly with her surroundings).
Sorry for the change of size, I didn’t want to crop the top ones.
I hope you’ve had a good week, particularly if you’ve been enjoying half-term like us.
Please click on the camera below to see what other people have submitted to My Sunday Photo.
After the bluebells comes wisteria and every year I swap favourites from one to the other (and then back again).
This is Waterloo Park in Norwich, doesn’t it look glorious?
I hope you’ve all had a good week. To see what other people have snapped for My Sunday Photo please click on the camera below.
Also, please pop back tomorrow and read my interview with Blogger extraordinaire, Aby Moore, from You Baby, Me Mummy. We’ve had a chat about her new book, Blogs Change Lives.