Don’t ever say that to my younger daughter Debs.
Prompted by a post I read over on Pix & Kardz I thought I’d give these pics an airing 😉
I haven’t taken many photographs recently, in fact the last time I went out with the sole purpose of taking some photos, was at the request of Debs.
Not one to shy away from a bet she had been given, she had phoned me in January to ask for my assistance to take some photos in the snow.
I thought it was going to be in the same vein as the one I posted for the Weekly Photo Challenge – Beyond so armed with my Panasonic FZ28 and fully charged batteries, I set off for her house for the pre arranged time.
Little did I know what I’d let myself in for 😮
“Are you ready then mum”?, she asked, as she headed for the front door.
Huh!, where are we going, I thought you wanted to do a snow angel pic in your back garden? I replied.
“Oh no, I’ve had a change of plan’ came her reply as she closed the front door behind her. “we’re going into the fields just over there”
OMG! Those fields are frequented by dog walkers, we’ll get locked up if anyone sees us!
“Don’t worry mum, lunchtime dog walkers will have been and gone, and we’re too early for the teatime ones, besides, I know the routes they take, so we can avoid that area”
“Are you ready then mum, you’re going to have to hold my coat”
A quick photo, and back on with her coat.
Wow, that was quite exhilarating” Deb announced, “shall we do some more?”
She was extremely quick to grab her coat from me and put it back on her shivering body.
We made our way back across the fields towards her house.
Had we been seen? yes!, but only buy some bemused sheep.