Friday, 11 June 2010

Some holiday favourites

Project 365 has given you glimpses of my holiday already, but I'd like to show you some of my favourite photos from the week :-)

Looking out through the ruins of a window in a tower of Rhuddlan Castle

A game of cricket on Abergele beach

An abandoned shopping trolley on the beach

Towards sunset

Silhouettes

14 comments:

Rhona said...

Great photos, I love silhouette photos and have some great ones I took while in Scotland a few years ago. Don't seem to get many decent ones at home (maybe I don't try?!) I love the holiday memories you get with photos. xx

scrappyjacky said...

Some great photos,Mel.....my favourites are the first and last ones.

mise said...

Cricket on the beach! That's the Britain I recall. Not the shopping trolley, but things have progressed since I lived there, I'm sure. Everything is bound to be more real now. Great images, all of them.

Anesha said...

Great photos, love the cricket on the beach one. Have a great weekend. Anesha

Photographing Mom said...

The first photo is STUNNING!!!

sharyncarlson said...

Wonderful photos Mel! The silhouette photo is just stunning!

Ruth said...

All 4 shots are just terrific, but my favourite is the poor, abandoned shopping trolley.

Cheri said...

I agree with Jacky - first (I'd LOVE to have a view like that out my window!) and last (I just adore silhouette pictures!). Great job!

Maria Ontiveros said...

LOve, love, love the first picture and the silhouettes (with just a hint of color on the beach). Totally Fab! Thanks for sharing,
Rinda

Fiona said...

Lovely photos. My favourite is the first one.

Karen said...

Great photos, and I agree with Rinda the first and last are my favorites.

furrypig said...

Fantastic holiday shots looks like you all had a great trip xxx

Deb said...

These are great photos, Mel. I especially love the one of the children on the beach at sunset! Beautiful!!!

Heather said...

Great photos Mel especially the silhouette one at the end. Love the sun twinkling its last light of the day on the sea xx