Well, I've finally opened up an Instagram account. I'd love it if you'd join me. My tag is @teaandcakeforthesoul I aim to be posting photos from home and abroad - art, nature, architecture, creatures, gigs, in fact, anything that has made me smile. Please give me a follow if this sounds of interest to you. … Continue reading Tea & Cake for the Soul now on Instagram
A wish for 2019. Wouldn't it be nice if we could all live in harmony? World peace is a bit optimistic, but even if people could just be nice to each other on social media or not get involved in someone else's disputes that would be a great start! Thanks to everyone who has supported … Continue reading Live in Harmony
Today marks the start of a 2 week period set up by The Ramblers Association called The Festival of Winter Walks. Its aim is to get people out walking during the festive period and take in the beautiful views across the UK. It's a great way to get fit when you get walking, even in … Continue reading Get Fit Get Walking in Winter
I loved Christmas as a kid, all the magic and the belief in Father Christmas. It's not quite the same as a grown-up is it? That's until I saw the real Santa Claus. Have you ever seen him? Take a look and see what you think. I've been fortunate enough to spend Christmas in California … Continue reading I Saw the Real Santa Claus
Some people like minimal decorations, some go overboard. I fall into the former category in my own home, but I do like to have a wander around a good Christmas display. Read on to hear about my favourite Christmas location. My love of tat*, sunshine and all things Rock N Roll were delivered in one … Continue reading Nothing Says Christmas Quite Like Elvis Presley!
I am absolutely delighted to share the news that one of my photos has been used in the 2019 Basingstoke Canal Calendar. I took the photo on a walk one beautiful spring morning where the temperature was mild and the sky so blue. This stretch of the Canal was from Fleet towards Crookham. We have … Continue reading Quintessentially English – Basingstoke Canal Walks & Calendar
Earlier in the year, I visited Broomhill Sculpture Gardens having passed it quite by chance on the way to the beach whilst staying near Woolacombe for the weekend. This location is a great spot for photography, walking and general relaxation. There are hundreds of sculptures in various mediums but the upcycled ones strike a chord with me. I … Continue reading Upcycled Art and Sculptures