I've had a happy morning sorting through some photos :) Photobox is having a sale right now - tip for UK readers!! You can buy discounted credit now for prints or photobooks or gifts and you have up to a month to use it, or by paying a little more you can extend the deadline to 3 months so you could use it for Christmas photos, perhaps :) The sale ends Monday evening if you're interested! Also, Photobox have launched an Australian version of their site, and new sign-ups there can get 30% off their first order and 40 free prints, too :) (No, I'm not on commission!!)
Anyway, I digress....
While sorting through my photos to take advantage of the offer (I ordered 150 prints and a photo calendar) I came across a shot that I never got round to sharing with you. Back in June, The Family and I had the chance to see the Olympic torch on its journey around the UK. We got there plenty early to make sure of a good spot, although later arrivals spilled out onto the road and could have blocked our view - but I made sure I got The Children to the front OK! So I was in a prime position to take a good photograph as the torchbearer passed by, right?
Or maybe not.... Thank you so much, person next to me who waved their flag at that very moment!!
Ah well, we were there, we saw it, and we will always remember it :) And I shall still be scrapping this photo!
new hipster framelits for hipster stamps…
10 hours ago