Wednesday, 23 April 2014

An Easter Gallery



I was in at the very first Gallery, back in March 2010, so it feels only appropriate that after an absence of many weeks, I should be in at the 184th.

Or something.

Anyway Easter.  And L's seventh (yikes) birthday, which was on Monday.   A weekend of brilliance and sunshine and cake and eggs, and broomstick riding and feeling smug because it was raining down South.





  

 
 



  


  

 



Not one picture, but many. Choose your favourite and click the link to see more....

16 comments:

  1. What a great array of colours you have captured!! Brilliant pictures.

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    1. Thank you! Off to check yours out now!

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  3. Ooh I think the cake plus the pebbles are my favourites.
    Sorry I missed you when I was in Scotland but I suspect it was when you were in my neck of the woods. We could have waved from the A1.

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    1. Pebbles?! Those are delicious Easter biscuits!

      Actually they were fairly inedible, but they enjoyed eating the icing....

      And I am sorry I missed you - ended up having a couple of hours to kill in Newark on the Sunday and just didn't think how near I was to you. Next time.

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  4. Such concentration and lots of fun x

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    1. It's hard work too - hence the concentration!

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  5. Aw,your decorated eggs are gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you! I can only take credit for one of them!

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  6. Sunshine!!! lucky you, It all looks, well, so Eastery so a very successful gallery. *like*

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    1. It was a very Eastery Easter. If I can say such a thing. Hope you had a good one too.

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  7. Too many lovely colourful photos to pick a favourite but I'm dying to know what is going on with the broomstick flying! Day trip to Hogwarts!? ;-D

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    1. Alnwick Castle's free broomstick lessons. Taught by real witches, as you can see. Utterly brilliant and free (once you've paid to get in, obviously).

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  8. oohhh the Easter cookies look delicious

    Mollyxxx

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    1. They weren't really, but the under-10s didn't seem to notice!

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