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So… the second last day of the challenge arrives. Why don’t we wind down on a bright note? Why don’t we celebrate spring and summer and the joys of bright, bold yellow? As I’ve been having field days with galleries … Continue reading
Sorry, I couldn’t make up my mind. I’m a dithering eejit, am I. I wanted to share an opinion or two but you’ll have to be open to my observations. Yep, here at OMBH I’ve been known to vent and … Continue reading
I mentioned a few days ago that I’d been rubber-armed into the April A to Z. The more I think about it the more I’m enjoying the idea. I’ll be going random… throw a letter into my grey matter box, … Continue reading
There are joys that only summer can bring. Every season has it’s own pleasures but it’s hard to argue against the spring and summer joys. Because we’ve had such a mild winter I have seen the odd bumblebee but you’ll … Continue reading
On Saturday I gave you the angry oops. Yesterday it was messy oops. So… why don’t I give you another oops today? Better still… a Monday oopsy! Those who know me even just a little know I like chasing butterflies … Continue reading
If you’re living in the northern hemisphere you may think I’ve lost the plot… totally. If you’re living in the southern hemisphere you may just think I’m a tad touched. Well, maybe I’m both but you have to agree… this … Continue reading
See the blog’s long time banner? Yep, today’s photo seems to be a variation on that theme. Why not? I mean… if the bumblebee wants his photo taken then surely I must find a decent setting, should I not? Month … Continue reading
I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say we are occasionally struck by blue Monday syndrome so why not have the odd blue Friday as well? Especially when the blue is so pretty! Blue poppies spotted in St Stephens … Continue reading
I must have spent at least two hours looking through galleries to find a photo for this week’s challenge. Why? Because I was enjoying the look back as well as wondering what I should post. So, because I didn’t want … Continue reading
And so Ouch My Back Hurts entered its fourth year. Always evolving… always trying to expand and trying to find other things of interest. Yet again I found photos to show you and the odd idea to share. Now I’m … Continue reading
You may have noticed the flavour of the blog changed a bit in the first two years. That was to be expected as I was back working in the city which allowed ample opportunity for taking Dublin City photos. It … Continue reading
Actually, it should be fun with camera and flowers. Yes, as I told you last week the new toy has me playing often… like a kid in his sandbox I am experimenting with the textures and functions of some of … Continue reading
Purple! Some colour! Some statement of fact. Imagine going through life without having purple as accompaniment. Imagine missing out on the richness of the splendour that is purple in all it’s shades. The only worry I have with Ailsa’s challenge … Continue reading