As is now appearing customary, I start with an apology for the delay on things. Work is getting really exciting – loads and loads and loads of stuff on, and with the world as it is at the moment I can’t grumble for a second. There are thousands without jobs, so the fact that mine is depriving me of a privilege like ‘blogging time’ can’t be a bad thing.
So, a quick update. My cousin Den came out to visit us last week, which was awesome. We got some dives in that made me wish I could take my camera with me…but having already spent well over $3k this year on the camera, I thought an underwater housing would be the nail in the coffin with my very-understanding, but-only-human-after-all wife. We dove (dived?) the Stavronikita, or Stav to the locals, and it really was up there in my top 5 dives of all time…
Den also insisted that we go sea fishing. This is something I have always wanted to do, but we never get around to doing it. One of the best things about having motivated guests is that we actually have to wander off resort (shock horror!) every now and then to go and do touristy stuff. I will blog about the sport fishing properly soon, but in the meantime here are a few snaps of Den’s big catch. A beautiful ‘Wahoo’
By the end of the week, we were all pretty knackered. Work had been busy, and Den was keen to get as much in as possible. On the last night of his stay we were treated to a beautiful sunset and it only seemed right to have a lazy game of catch whilst we were bathed in the beautiful soft light of magic hour.
Thanks for a blast Den – I have finally caught up with my sleep now! Oh – and the pictures we took of the moon that night down at Fowl Bay…I was pretty happy with the final result – hope you like it too! 😉
Thanks for reading guys…more adventures to come 🙂
So, a few months back (all the way in February!) my awesome brother, Ed, and his wonderful fiance, Mel came to visit us as we settled down in Bimshire.
I insisted they have a quick studio shoot and walk around the gardens before they went home, and they have had to wait all this time for me to finally get round to editing them…so really sorry about that guys.
Anyway, I am sure they won’t mind me sharing my favourite shot of the day with you all – this was taken on the tried and true D80 on the kit lens, so apologies in advance for the fluffy nature and high noise…but I was extremely pleased with the REAL lens flare I got – hope you agree?!
More adverntures to come when we finally get on top of all this work, thanks for reading guys, and hope you have a great weekend
Hey guys, nearly on top of everything now, so business will resume as normal in the next few weeks. As some of you know, one of the reasons we came back to the UK was to celebrate our first year wedding anniversary. After Andy and Emily’s wedding (film to come – promise we haven’t forgotten about you guys!) Sian and I headed over to Hartington Hall, where we got married on the 10th October, 2010. (10/10/10 – so no excuses for me to forget!) It was lovely to see the place, and we were really spoiled because a lot of friends and family came to see us, and share a wee mini reunion.
Amongst these wonderful travellers were Lucy and Duncan, and their gorgeous baby girl Edith. When we saw her last, at the wedding, she was a few months young and tiny tiny – the youngest of our guests. Now she is a lot bigger, and getting a wonderful smiley – sometimes a bit bulshy, but all round amazing attitude.
This is the happy family at the wedding last year...look how tiny she is!
As always, a million things on today, so I can’t stay long – but I wanted to get the pictures up now to share with you all, as I finally begin to conclude our trip home, and can get back to exploring Barbados with you all – armed with a new book and loads of info, I am really excited about the months to come – so stay tuned!
Until then, I give you Edith, Duncan, Lucy and the horse…and a guest appearance from Jenny – keen eyed spotters will remember her from previous posts such as these.
Enjoy – and hope you are all having a great weekend 🙂