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Saturday, 30 October 2010

A Stroll in Knole Park

What better ways to spend a Saturday morning than putting on your wellies, wrapping up warm and going for a leisurely autumn walk in the park. Knole Park is a wonderful medieval park close by to us which is bursting with wildlife. Its also home to many Sika and Fallow deer which are free to roam amongst the colourful array of ancient oak, beech and chestnut trees. A wonderful place to start any day of the week!
A Stag assessing his parklands 

Friday, 29 October 2010

Macro Friday - On the Button

Its Macro Friday at Blogging from Bolivia. This week has sped past and I have been neglecting my blog and my photography. Seems there is always something more pressing to do. My husband has been asking me for new buttons to sew on his shirt and I have finally got round to getting them (punctuality is not one of my strong points). Sewing them on is another question though!!

'On the button' : punctually, exactly right

Saturday, 23 October 2010

The act of repeating oneself

Todays Picture Fall topic is 'Repetition'. This is such a everyday occurrence, from getting the milk out of the fridge to the delicate intricate petals on a flower. From the pattern of your wallpaper to constant noise of the magpies. The first thing that came to mind when I read the email, was the film Groundhog Day. Life can be so like this, its only down to us to change that.

Returning from an amazing trip to Chicago and North America, I've decided to try and do simple things differently each day. I wonder how long I'll last for!!

The intricate repetition in the common Dandy Lion.

Monday, 4 October 2010


Its an amazing season, with the change of colours that surrounds us.

The word Autumn has evolved from more modern times. Before the 16th century, this season was referred to as Harvest. As more people moved into towns than working the land the word Harvest lost its reference to this time of year. Now it is generally only used to refer to the activity of reaping itself.