Saturday, 30 October 2010

Blogtoberfest~ Peeping

I've been so busy sorting through photos this evening,
that I very nearly forgot to post something for today!

So I downloaded today's photos
and looked back at yesterday's
These were taken yesterday afternoon.
The sun was shining
and it was lovely.
We took a couple of trail motor bikes for a spin.
In the photo below you can see the trail we came along.
It goes through the woods for part of the way.
And from where I took these photos,
if I had turned round,
I would have been looking down on the river.
But it didn't make for a good photo as there was a big fence in the way.
Or more to the point, I didn't have time to faff around
trying to get a shot between the wires
as Mike was waiting for me.
We were trying out a digital camcorder
and using it with the bikes.
But I think it will be good to film the hounds when they are running
and I can post it on here and show you!

This is where we usually let the hounds have a run,
it's along by the river.

The next two photos are from this afternoon
when we took the hounds out for their walk.
We had to shelter in a chapel when the rain came down.
Paddy and Arthur are wondering whether the rain has stopped.
The chapel is only small and the front is completely open.
I must show you a better photograph of it someday.

The last photo is taken peeping out from the chapel to see how the weather is doing.
What do you think?

Only one more day of Blogtoberfest to go now.


Sarah said...

I love the colour of the trees and the last photo with that skinny spire. The trail bikes sound fun!

Daisy said...

It always looks so lovely there no matter what the weather is like, Lynne. Very nice photos. I guess you were lucky to have that chapel right there right when you needed it! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Lynne, I love to see the areas in which you walk and let the hounds run. The yellows are so pretty with the sunlight and the view of the chapel is charming. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Kath said...

I love those photos Lynne, the place where you live always makes me think of an enchanted forest in a fairy tale!

Diane said...

I agree with kath, you do live in an enchanted forest. I love the hounds. xxxx

Zuzana said...

I love your photography, it is always stunning.;) My favorite is the last picture, there is something gently melancholic over it.;))

Tracey said...

Love the bursts of yellow!!

The view of the chapel looks divine ... how lovely! :)