Everyday snapper. Generous saturator. Outdoors or indoors literally all of the time.
Tunnel at the end of the light, in black and white because in real life it's brown and magnolia, and nobody needs to see that.
You know things are for real when Liz can throw some shade down.
Beach walking in January can be a lovely but trying experience. Take today, for example, on the story eye beach of East Wittering, West Sussex - weather fine, target of a nice pub lunch at the midway point and a friendly dog on tow. Only the dog wanted to be carried rather than walk, the kids wanted to fight about who was carrying said hound and the mild weather became very cold as it became clear that this short walk was going to be extended by tears and tantrums for pretty much everyone. Still, bright blue shoes on a pale stone beach with a hint of Lark filter and the memory will seem more peachy, right?! #beach#dogwalk#adidas#britishwinter
Yes, No And Maybe. One massive nod to Tyrion Lannister adorning this Christmas gift. While he gets on with the other two, I'm seeing to number one on the list. Teamwork is dreamworld and all that. I'm currently out gunning the artificial intelligence training overlord's instructions. It seems the bots want me to get a third of the way around a half marathon before they will lift me off the ground and carry me to the finish line, so I'm ignoring them and going on gut feel for my running. It's almost like we have overcomplicated how we think about exercise or something... #dryjanuary#gameoftshirts#tyrionlannister
With the dull muscular ache of an early morning run in my legs, I thank my will power for the month so far and hope my #DryJanuary contributes to a smaller waistline, bellowing lungs and lightning quick pace by the time I reach the start line of the Wokingham Half Marathon in mid Feb. If it doesn't, at least I can say I've seen more of my local area in darkness than I had before, so it's pretty much a win-win.
A smashing way to start the day - Jess stayed up late writing notes for Helen, Amy, the cat, her toy bear and I. Complete with illustrations too, mind. Splendid.
A rare moment of colour over the Serpentine this morning. The white dots are swans, honest, they just look like blemishes thanks to the depth of field inducing double #Leica lens on this phone. Pro tip: When you walk across Hyde Park in January with a pair of gloves at your disposal, put them on, otherwise you give the people you're meeting with the shock of their lives upon introduction. #hydepark#london
My bear, watching football, drinking hot chocolate with a dog hat/scarf/glove on her head. One of Reading's newest and most vocal supporters, especially when trying to out do rowdy Man City fans in the immediate vicinity. She's keen to watch more games, as long as there aren't lots of people there. I assume that's because she doesn't fancy taking them all on at once in a shouting/singing contest.
Have you seen this man? Last reported to have been on top of the world - well, a quite big hill that he'd run up it TWICE mind - 8.5 miles down in an annual torture procession. #Running is good for the soul, and this picture proves it, sort of. I'd run twice in the 5 weeks before this outing and was dreading it. Truth be told, this was a smile for the photographer. I absolutely hated the run up to and beyond this point, but I am so pleased I kick-started my running year properly. I'm not looking to break any world records (that's for next year, obvs), and there will be plenty of times I can't be arsed to get out, of course. But if the past 6 months have taught me anything it's that I need to know what makes me happy and to do it only when I want to and not when I feel I have to. So I am. #thatisall#ukrunchat