Like the discipline of a daily photo project.
#5 18/365
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Day 1,478
Dahlia
Same one as yesterday, but after a night of rain #dahlia #theme-dark
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Day 1,477
Dahlia - orange pompom
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Day 1,476
Old organ
In a very old church - a foot pump reed organ.
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Day 1,475
Dusk
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Sunflowers
As big as dinner plates. #sunflower
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Day 1,473
On a train journey
Husband loves playing cards on his iphone ..... maybe a little too much. #theme-games
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Day 1,472
Optimistic
The lady added another 4 eggs before whisking this mixture to make waffles for pre-school group. I think a larger bowl may have been wise....
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Day 1,471
Telephone box with Mini
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Day 1,470
Steps
Edinburgh is quite a hilly town!
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Day 1,469
Waverley Station, Edinburgh
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Day 1,468
Tails
Bit short of photo time today, so a quick shot of the cattle. I chose this one as I loved the way the tail of the cow on the left "framed" the c...
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Day 1,467
Polka Dots
#theme-dots
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Day 1,466
On the beach
Skegness beach - very quiet considering the beautiful weather. The line across the corner is the string of the kite my sister was flying....
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Day 1,465
Lincolnshire Countryside
Another great day with my mother and my sister.
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Day 1,464
Swan coming in to land
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Day 1,463
Bikes
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Day 1,462
Steps
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Day 1,461
Spreadsheet
#theme-row
tigg finished 365 project #4!
Congratulate!
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Day 1,460
4 years in a row ...
Nothing spectacular for my tookapic 4th birthday, just rows of trees in the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, England...
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Day 1,459
Photoshoot
I took up the challenge, and have spent the day in London photographing this mysterious model to help our son's best friend, Alex.
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Day 1,458
Brick wall, old.
#theme-row
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Day 1,457
Bank Holiday Monday
Things always happen on Bank Holidays here in the UK. There was a charity 6-a-side cricket tournament in the village today, and ob...
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Church spire
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Steering wheel
#theme-holding