Fri 16th. Day 351.
Oh winter and your very few hours of light! I have to stoop to non-photos like this slow shutter mess about.
How fantastic is this?! I spotted a load of yarn bombing on my way to work this morning and just assumed it was some pretty yarn decor for Christmas. However, later on when Mam and I were over in town again we decided to read a tag - which you can see above - and so we took a star each! I love, love, love this idea and hope it reminded many people why Christmas exists. Thank you to the kind people who put so much time and effort into knitting these super cute little gifts and to our local Churches.
After looking up all about our little star yesterday, I was curious to see how many would be left (especially with the majority of them being where our two nightclubs are). They were all gone, but I hope that those who have taken them will give them a good home and haven't just thrown them off the bridge...like they do with a lot of stuff.
Unexpectedly, as I was out of town and almost home I spotted this one Angel who had appeared over night (she wasn't there yesterday evening) and had to take her home too. Now Jake and I have a special decoration from this year to treasure. I really do love this whole movement. I hope you'll check it out and spread the word of the true meaning of Christmas.
I love Collared Doves, I think they look such dainty, pretty birds. It's a shame a lot of people mistake them for 'just pigeons' as in Rock Doves (the common town and city slicker pigeon). Although I love 'normal' pigeons too. This one was extra interested in my camera as you can see by the first image haha.
Got to see my favorite girls today <3 I'm getting better at getting them to sit still for literally 3 seconds while I snap a photo haha. It's a lot more difficult than you'd think!
If I could only have this meal for the rest of my life, I'd be perfectly happy. Yum!
Left it a little late, but getting a quick couple snaps for my annual Xmas Decorations post on my main blog. It's nothing special this year but in the name of tradition, I couldn't miss that post!