Hello friends! I took part in A Photo an Hour with Louise and Jane on Saturday and now I’m finally getting round to writing my blog post. It was one of those rare occasions on which I was actually doing something so 90% of my photos don’t consist of housework and the view from my couch. Hurrah! Let’s take a look at what I did, shall we?
9 a.m. Starting the day with a cuppa, as always.
10 a.m. Showered, now to decide what to wear.
11 a.m. Buying a train ticket while Jan’s in the shower.
12 noon. On a train, about to leave Basel.
1 p.m. Train coffee!
2 p.m. Still on the train, passing Lake Thun.
3 p.m. We changed to a regional train at Interlaken Ost. Photo from somewhere near Brienz.
4 p.m. After three hours on the train we discovered that our detination – the Aare Gorge – was closed. Plan B: cable car up the Hasliberg.
5 p.m. After walking around the village on the mountain for a bit, we’re back in the cable car waiting to head down again.
6 p.m. Reading a book, waiting for the train to leave Meiringen.
7 p.m. On another train, stopped at Thun station.
8 p.m. Still on the train. At least I’ve had plenty of time to read my book!
9 p.m. On the tram home after stopping off to buy a few bits.
10 p.m. Food! There were scrambled eggs as well but I had eaten them all by photo time.
After taking the final photo, I finished my dinner, read the last few pages of the book (in time to return it to the friend who lent it to me the following day) and was in bed before 11.
Next photo an hour is on Saturday, 27th April 2019 if anyone feels like joining in. Simply take one photo every hour and post to Twitter or Instagram using the #photoanhour hash tag or save your photos and write a blog post afterwards.