#ProjectTweed 19th September 2018
Being in a caravan (and the shell of a house surrounded by scaffolding for that matter) is no fun. While we're at no risk of repeating the terrible news from west Ireland today, the feeling of being in a creaking boat at sea loses its novelty quickly!
We've one full day left before a "break" at the in-laws, then it's back to it n Monday with what absolutely HAS to be our last fortnight in a caravan. We're cracking on with decorating upstairs, getting the worst bits of it out of the way early: sanding and priming woodwork. Like so many jobs these things exist in my head as quick and simple jobs, but of course they aren't, if you do them properly. As if woodwork wasn't fun enough to deal with, tomorrow I have to prime our newly plastered ceilings... Speaking of quick and simple jobs - what can't be done in gale force winds? Fitting solar panels to a roof, that's what. Although it didn't stop them trying! They got so far, but when the scaffold planks started jumping about they sensibly retreated.
Today's photos are of my new favourite place, The Haven beach, a few nights ago. Wifey really likes the plain version of this, while I like the more obviously at-sunset version. What do you all think? It's really interesting to ask these questions - I'm still trying to identify a consistent style of photography that I like, as well as what works consistently for others and your comments are really helpful.