… And we’re back. Apologies for the unscheduled break in bloggy transmission there. Between work, a big photo project, moving house (third time this year, lucky me, huh?), trying to sort out broadband and squeezing in some quality jumping-on-the-bed time with Ethan, the weeks just melted away. But enough with the excuses, and on to some news.
Last Saturday, I was incredibly chuffed to be invited along on a bloggers’ tour of Dublin Zoo. It kicked off at 8.15am, before the zoo even opened, so we all felt very lucky to be given a sneak peek of the animals as they started their day. Pics from that soon, but now, onto a couple of seasonal shots.
Saturday was one of those gorgeous autumn cliches – crisp and cold, but sunny and bright. After the blog meet-up, I took a stroll through the park and although there is still a surprising amount of lush greenery to be had, there were some hints of the gorgeous golds and browns that are on their way. I really wish I went off photo dates with my camera more often, as, photographically speaking, this is definitely my favourite season.