All good things come to an end… a saying about until the cows come home (see below for cows going home)… and, y’know, stuff like that.
I am transferring all my blogging to one site – www.seanfleming.com making this the last post here.
I want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who looked at my photos, liked some of them and even subscribed to the blog.
I started this blog purely as an outlet for some of the pics I take. I’m not a photographer by any means. So, getting some lovely feedback from so many of you really has meant a great deal to me.
The new site is my main one. You’ll find a mix of words and pictures. The content of the written pieces covers everything from the media through to politics.
I hope you’ll stop by, and maybe even consider subscribing. If you find it’s not to your tastes, do let me know. I’ll look into setting up separate feeds for the photos.
Until the cows come home…
Taken at around 3:30pm on 13 October 2012, Christchurch Meadows, Reading. It was sunny and it was raining. My youngest son said “there should be a rainbow.” We turned round to see two. If you look hard you might be able to see the end of the rainbow.
End of the rainbow, 13 October 2012
I wish there wasn’t as much tree in this shot as there is. I fired off about 15 shots, on two different cameras. This was probably the strongest. I spotted the cloud, which I thought looked like it was on fire, while I was on the ground floor of my house. I took this shot from my son’s bedroom window – the highest point I could get to, before the light changed too much. I had no idea when I starting shooting that a plane would come into view.
Fiery cloud at sunset, 27 September 2012
In July 2010 I spent a weekend camping and climbing in Snowdonia, Wales. It was a trip organised by my eldest son’s school. The whole class went, each child took a parent with them, and it was to mark the end of their final year in primary school. It was one of the best weekends of my life.
Snowdonia, July 2010