I think this weeks photo challenge from Postcard from Gibraltar is quite tricky, the word for today is favourite.
It sounds so easy, but favourites are so relative depending on what your doing at the time, even something simple like what’s my favourite seat in the garden,well if it’s hot and sunny I love to sit in the shade of my arbour, if it’s a bit cool in the spring , or a bit of a breeze then the summerhouse would be my choice…but on a warm summers evening, with a glass of Pinot Grigio, the AA garden is perfect.
So, with a bit of a pinch of salt, here’s some favourites…
The view from Catbells over Derwentwater towards Keswick with Skiddaw to the left and Blencathra in the middle.
My favourite blondes 🙂 A photo came up on facebook from 6 years ago of Helen sitting with Rosie on the arbour, she decided she wanted an update, Rosie’s too athritic to climb onto the arbour now so they sat on the steps instead.
My favourite rose at the moment, I just love the tangerine colour, it smells divine too, it’s called Lady Emma Hamilton.
Zachs favourite place when it’s cold, he often lies on the hearth with his paws tucked under the stove, one hot dog!!
My favourite place to spend a few hours, this photo is from when it was first set up, I don’t think it’s been so tidy since!
Of course I couldn’t have a list of favourites without my favourite photo of me and my OH Ken…we spotted the bench on the Leeds Liverpool canal so we had to have a photo. It was our first canal boat holiday.
So, what would you list as your favourites?
I always love to see your photo challenges!
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These are wonderful, warm photos!
My favorite…the last one…the one of you and your OH! 🙂
I love that your thousands of mile from me across the sea, we have connected through our love of stitchery and I love that I get to see your beautiful country side and well…you!
I’m very jealous of your sewing room and I love all your family pictures
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