Sometimes the pictures tell the story. I call this series, of Tom and Gabriel playing at the Thompson’s in Plaisance, in Aveyron, The Battle of the Carwash. [click to enlarge]
Rob and I visited my daughter Eve and her family in Canada over Easter. Here is a little bit about our visit along with some photographs.
My mother turned 87 on Monday. When my dad died, ten years ago, even though she had never been there, she had harboured the thought that she would like to … Continue reading Birthday in Paternoster
Tom cuts loose, in ten takes.
I mentioned in a previous post (July 13) that Rob and I, on our trip to Cape Town, had treated my mom to High Tea at the Cape Grace Hotel, … Continue reading Tea with Mother
This business of being on my own, here in Johannesburg, is for the birds I think. Fortunately Rob will be winging (eish, that is crushingly bad!) her way back to … Continue reading For the birds
Did I mention that Tom Tjasink (aged One) had a birthday party? Here are some images (note the parents scurrying around, the mashed goodies, the jumping castle, the wide-eyed children).
Well, I am back in SA, after an all-too-brief visit to the UK and Canada. Rob isn’t. Instead she is in the US, visiting family, and still in the process … Continue reading Three countries, three grandsons
Rob is in Toronto, squaring up to face the damage to our house from the recent ice-storm; I leave tonight for London, to spend a weekend with Jonathan and Hayley … Continue reading Hands, feet and faces
Tom was fascinated by the camera, and came at me full tilt, trying to grab it.
A grandparent with a camera has one overriding mission as a photographer – to photograph the grandchildren. But what do you do when you have, from just one visit, a … Continue reading Tom