WordPress now allows me to use Google Photos as a Featured Image, so this post is just so that I can test that one thing. You’ll note that I have posted absolutely SOD ALL for around 18 months. This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone really, but it’s just how
Ruby and I have frequent quality daughter/daddy time on an evening. We both love books and read together when we can. We’ve read all the Harry Potter books, The Hobbit, and loads of other kids’ books and now we have embarked on our biggest book series yet: all of the
Oh, I wish there was a better (or even any sensible) way of using Flickr content as a featured image on a page or post. I’d just like to be able to connect my Flickr account to WordPress and then be able to see my Flickr photos within my media
(17/366/2020) Dreary day, few photo opportunities so was pleased to take this on the way to Tesco
(16/366/2020) I’d left my photo of the day a bit late – again – so revisited the clock in our dining area. It’s a really nice clock, and now that I’ve edited this image I’m regretting not giving it a quick dust first.
(15/366/2020) Even happier: a bottle opener
(13/366/2020) Ruby was playing Netball this evening. I obviously can’t be taking photos of other people’s children, but I was far more interested in the lines and texture of the court in the gym.
(12/366/2020) I remember this butcher. It was a shame when they shut, but the painted sign remains.
(11/366/2020) A favourite game from my youth and one that my daughter is really enjoying. She’s beating me quite a bit too!
(10/366/2020) This one is looking a bit beige, so perhaps we need to think about redecorating our kitchen. I’m going to start doing some more ‘normal’ images. These abstracts and shapes/patterns are too difficult to do every day for a year. I’ll still do them when I can but I
(9/366/2020) Less abstract today, but there are loads of interesting patterns, shapes and textures on the top of a Coke can
(8/366/2020) Waiting for the tram home after a NottsTest Meetup in town. It was raining quite a bit but it did make the succession of horizontal lines look a little more interesting