Weekly Photo Challenge: Today

This week, using photos from your archive is banned. It has to be a photo you’ve taken today.

The big event this weekend is the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee (60 years on the throne). The country seems to be in a really celebratory mood, what with this and then the Olympics. Pretty much everything you see in the shops is plastered in Union Jacks, it’s really odd.

Anyway, we’re having some friends round for dinner tonight and here is the table setting – you can’t really tell from this but it’s all red, white and blue and there are plastic diamonds in the middle.

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Apparently blogs need to cover a certain niche in order to attract readers. My aim is not to attract readers. I don't deny it would be nice not to just be spouting to myself, but the reason I set this blog up was to give myself somewhere to write down my thoughts. If anyone reads them, that's a bonus. This blog will cover a mix of things - anything that comes to mind that I want to write about. I make no promises about how often I will publish new content.
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9 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Today

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  2. Northern Narratives says:

    I like the napkin 🙂

  3. blueberriejournal says:

    Cool napkins.

  4. Very nice! We’re enjoying watching the Jubilee celebrations from this side of the pond as well!

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  6. Elaine says:

    Nice snapshot of what’s going on in the UK this weekend.

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