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January 11, 2015

365 Project Week 2

Here are my photographs of my second week in the 365 challenge

First week back to work after a lovely Christmas break, lots of lovely walks but as its January all the layers were on!


4: A walk to the local shops is never just a five-minute walk with my daughter. We live near some lovely woods and have a little duck pond near our house so we always end up having a quick detour for an explore.

5: My first day back in work and every month we have to go through all our equipment {there is a lot!} and do the necessary health and safety checks. It’s the not so exciting part of my job.

6: Tuesdays are always Duke of Edinburgh evenings. This week we were getting ready for our first day walk which is coming up soon. Route cards at the ready!

7: A beautiful day of navigation in week. It was very, very cold but the views were amazing.I even captured a little rainbow in the distance.

8: This is normally the cave entrance at Porth yr Ogaf in Brecon. However after all the heavy rain fall through the evening, nobody was caving that day.

9: An afternoon to a local Forest to have an explore on Friday afternoon. A definite day for the Kelly Kettle for hot drinks to keep the cold away.

10: My daughter still enjoying her Christmas presents. A quiet time of colouring her new school bag in. A very clever present.

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14 thoughts on “365 Project Week 2

  1. jenny paulin says:

    you have captured some gorgeous scenes from your local countryside – just stunning! i bought my OH’s neice a colour in bag for christmas – i hope she will have fun colouring it in like your daughter
    happy new year x

    1. kim says:

      Thank you, I’m so lucky to get outside and see such wonderful areas of Wales.
      I’m sure your OH’s neice will love colouring in the bag, my daughter really enjoyed the gift and couldn’t wait to take it to school.
      Happy New Year to you as well.

  2. You’re a very brave bunch to be doing anything outside at the moment. It’s very Brrrr weather and you can’t tell from one minute to the next if it’s going to rain. I’m not surprised you have kelly kettle with you.
    I got my niece a big pack of coloured pencils in a tub with her name on for Christmas and a pack to keep her pictures in. If I’d seen a self-colour school bag I’d have jumped at it.You’re right it’s a great idea.
    xxx Huge Hugs to you all xxx

    1. kim says:

      Hi David,
      Tuesday was very cold, lots of layers and warm soup to keep us going. I guess being out in all weathers come with my job!
      We got the colour in school bag at Tesco’s, I thought it was such a fab gift and my daughter loves it. She took so long colouring it in, so glad she enjoyed the gift.
      Sending hugs back,

  3. Kim Carberry says:

    What gorgeous photos! Sounds like a fun week x

    1. kim says:

      Hi, thank you. Such a good week back in work, I was very lucky to be able to get out so much.

  4. amanda walsh says:

    some beautiful views there

    1. kim says:

      Thank you, a very lucky lady in my job. I get to see some wonderful views of Wales.

  5. Becky Cowley says:

    Wow! That view is simply stunning!

    1. kim says:

      Thank you. Really enjoying the 365 project, its making me take alot more photos!

  6. Wow your photos are fantastic. The views are lovely.

    1. kim says:

      Thank you, I’m very lucky with my work to get outside and see some wonderful places.

  7. Mandi says:

    Fab photos, looks like a great place to live and work. That school bag is a great idea.

    1. kim says:

      Thank you. I do love living in Wales, I think i’m very lucky with the different environments I can get to.

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