#MySundayPhoto: A Selfie Of A Selfie. Happy Sunday friends. So how is your weekend going? All good, I hope? I’ve had a bad headache from a few glasses of wine on Friday night. All weekend too. Not good! When will I ever learn!? Must drink more water!
I went on a little jog this morning to try and clear my head a bit. It has worked so today I am trying to drink more water to clear it.
#MySundayPhoto: A Selfie Of A Selfie
Today I linking up with My Sunday Photo to share a picture that I love this week. This photo was taken a few weeks ago. When my husband and I went to fetch our 2nd eldest Son back for his Uni placement in Bristol.
We went exploring and went to see The Clifton Suspension Bridge and this picture makes me smile. My husband was taking a selfie, so I took a selfie of a selfie!!
Have you ever seen The Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol?
We walked for miles and miles this day. Taking photos and having a good explore. I think my Husband said we clocked up 18 miles of walking! All good fun when you have something new to see. It is amazing. I will have to sort some photos out and share them here soon!
Where to look when taking a selfie? Well, I was looking straight-forward. My husband, on the other hand, was looking straight forward too, at his phone, though!! Ha-ha.
How to take a good selfie? Be relaxed, enjoy the moment, and take lots of photos. You can delete the ones you do not like afterward and save the ones you do.
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Firstly, The Wensleydale Kid: Gromit Unleashed 2. The Wensleydale Kid was near the Clifton Observatory. This sculpture is The Wensleydale Kid and reminds me so much of Woody. How sweet is he? I am sharing a few photos from our visit to Bristol a few weeks ago and another Wallace I spotted from the Gromit Unleashed 2 trails. The Wensleydale Kid: Gromit Unleashed 2.
Secondly, A Grand Tribute. Today I am sharing another Wallace I spotted in Bristol a few weeks ago. A Grand Tribute: Gromit Unleashed 2. How nice and bronzed. What a grand Wallice he his!!So cool.
Thirdly, Cracking Build Gromit. How cool is this Gromit made out of Lego? It was our first of what I hope to be many visits to Bristol. As my Son has been offered a Uni grad place next year. Cracking Build Gromit #CreativeMondays.
Last But Not Least, Wallace. Wallace. These photos were taken last week in Bristol when we went to bring my Son back home after a year away on his Uni placement. Check out my Good News on Instagram. I was so pleased we just managed to get to see the Wallice And Gromit sculptors before they were moved. Wallace: Welcome To The Weekend Blog Hop.
Linking up My Sunday Photo: A Selfie Of A Selfie with Darren from Photalife. Thanks for stopping by today.