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The Gallery – Simple Pleasures

Life is full of simple pleasures like good food and fine wine (or other such beverage!) “Pleasure is very seldom found where it is sought. Our brightest blazes are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks.” Samuel Johnson http://www.paradise-engineering.com/quotation/pleasure.html

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The Gallery – Smiling Eyes

This week Sticky Fingers has asked us to photograph expression and it just so happens that today I was taking pictures of little Esther’s smiles.  These are some of my favourites. See in what direction other bloggers take this week’s … Continue reading

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The Gallery Part II – Growing Together

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”

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The Gallery – We Want To Be Together!

This week to complement St Valentine’s Day Tara has given us the theme of Togetherness for our Gallery posts.  This was an easy one for me.  It had to be about the twins.  I am going to post two entries to … Continue reading

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The Gallery: Black and White

Putting things in Perspective – Learning to See http://www.childrensvision.com/development.htm Thank you to Sticky Fingers for the inspiration for this blog from her The Gallery archives.

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The Gallery – Shape Street, Tessellation Town

The challenge set by Sticky Fingers for The Gallery this week is to find shapes all around us and snap them up.  As soon as I read the brief I knew the photos that I wanted to share.  They are … Continue reading

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