My other “Weekly Photo Challenges“
This weekend Sarah & i didn’t have to travel far (in our back garden) before we were amazed to find a Bountiful 32 little bunches of grapes on our vine. I managed to take a quick photo above before Sarah picked them! 🙂
Are you ready to get bountiful, abundant, ample, plentiful and rich? If you would like to join in this week’s travel theme challenge with your own interpretation (everyone’s welcome!) Click Here
⇧ ‘Stormy Bay’ – Ilfracombe, Devon, England ⇧
Hi all! I think my “Travel & Landscapes” page is ready, although i’m still searching for more photos to add (maybe i’ve missed one or two, i have quite a few to look through lol).
Thought you might like to check it out, let me know what you think?! 🙂
You can find the page by clicking the image above or clicking here. I’ll keep you updated as i go along!! Thanks once again for you amazing support and encouragements!
Thank you for being so patient! 🙂
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