When my daughter exploded into tantrums as we attempted to have her passport photo taken at a local shop, I knew our family holiday could be in trouble. It was time to relieve the pressure on our child, step up and take the photo myself in the comforting environment of home. Here’s my DIY guide to how we got our passport photo made and accepted.
This week saw our first visit to Legoland Windsor (look out for a full review in coming days) and one of the dramatic parts of our visit was the Pirates of Skeleton Bay Stunt Show. This photo captured one of the most spectacular moments of the display as a huge explosion sends the pirates off the top of the lighthouse.
Not every week allows the opportunity for a good walk on a sunny day but this week came up trumps, allowing a cool stroll through one of my favourite local woods on a hot day. Like many woods it has a varied history and this one features the remnants of ornamental driveways, still defined with rows of rhododendron. The colours were vibrant and the bees enthusiastically doing their thing, so I thought I’d use the opportunity to try to capture them in action.