This week’s highlight was definitely Bocketts Farm where POD fed the animals herself for the first time. We paid Chilworth Gunpowder Mill a quick visit too. Aside from that its been business as usual with a little macro practice thrown in for good measure!
Welcome to Project 365: week #20.
Today was amazing. We visited Bocketts Farm where POD fed the animals herself for the first time. As you’d expect once she started there was no stopping her – this is the “look the sheep are feeding from my hand” face!
POD also got to handle a rabbit, a chicken, a guinea pig and a goat. As well as hold a two day old lamb *melts*
Monday saw POD back at gymnastics where she was a little overexcited. She refused to nap but did have a pretend sleep in her toy bag.
We saw a rainbow too much to POD’s delight!
The usual routine from today although lunchtime saw a fleeting visit to Chilworth Gunpowder Mill. The Alphabet Photography Project kicked off on Wednesday and I wanted an A is for abandoned photograph. This is one of the millstones from the site which closed in 1930.
Daddy and POD headed to Suffolk today. I found a little time to check out the rhododendron blooms.
It’s always great to discover unexpected gems. This apple-like bud is only 2mm high and barely visible to the human eye.
Daddy and POD traveled back from Suffolk. With accidents on the M11 and then the A12, it was a long journey that took over 8 hours. Daddy’s phone battery died, as did the air con, but they returned in good spirits (much to my relief!).
It’s been really refreshing to get the macro lens out after so much wind recently. No idea what this is but it’s rather fun!
Spotted this little gem while Daddy and a neighbour resolved a boiler issue. Thankfully the hot water supply was restored and we had a lovely day chilling in the garden with my mum.