The Review: Countdown to Christmas
Yes, I’ve been out photographing the Christmas Lights! I’ve even put my own Christmas tree up. This week I published more blog posts and hope to do more over Christmas too; right up to New Year.
Everyone in the UK is trying to be a bit thrifty and frugal this year to save money. Apparently, as a country we are deep in debt and almost bankrupt. We can hardly afford to send the kids to expensive private schools and parliament has had to limit it’s champagne bill a little. I still think they are swimming in it rather than drinking it…
Frugal Friday: Value Added Christmas was my frugal post yesterday. There are a few ideas to save money on the countdown to Christmas.
Thrifty Thursday: Christmas Countdown was about getting value for money too. I bought a free range chicken, it tastes a bit nicer, but I’m not sure if it was worth the extra money. I’ll see what it tastes like cold at lunchtime with a bit of salad cream on it.
The Top Christmas Markets was a featured post by Lily Donaldson on Wednesday. That too was about shopping at markets and helping out the small market traders at Christmas and maybe picking up a bargain too.
Photography: Autumn – Winter was my usual photography post on Tuesday. It can be hard to find something to point your camera at in the coldest seasons. I was out on Wednesday night photographing the Christmas lights around the town. I wrapped up warm!
Life: Diversity was Monday’s post about having enough diversity and variety in your life.
The Sunday Ramble: We are all photo-journos now was my Sunday ramble through the dustier pathways of my mind. I’ll be back with another fascinating ramble tomorrow.
Gareth Gates turns them on was an extra post about my outing to photograph the big switch-on on Friday. There might be an extra post this week too!
That’s all I wrote this week. I’m looking forward to a bit of weekend photography now. I used a 4 star filter for today’s picture. It gives a nice effect, but I need to experiment with it a little more.
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