A response to the Daily post Weekly Photo Challenge
A Tangerine for Elevenses
When they are around, when i’m heading for BASIC I always take a Tangerine (or two)with me for the break period during the photography class. I like fruit, but Tangerines more, because of the way they fit in the hand and are easy to Peel!
They are also less messy than another of my Favourites , Oranges…(see below)
I like oranges, particularly the juice. But also sliced up and served with a dash of sugar.
Apples are great any time of the year, but if I had to pick a favourite I prefer green to red
When the greengrocer can get them, I also enjoy Kiwi fruit – you cant eat the skin but this fuzzy haired fruit has a really lovely taste
They say you should have five a day – but the fruit is nice any time of the day.Another fruit I enjoy are Bananas. Any time of the Day. either as part of Breakfast, or as a pudding after lunch or tea….Normally seen eaten by me tween two slices of Warburton’s Wholemeal – with or without the addition of chocolate spread 🙂
Also nice covered in custard, or in a cake – or a mix of the two 🙂 Apologies for the last pic not being here – I scoffed the evidence (Hee Hee!)
Location : Base camp, the Enchanted Garden, Brain & Spinal Injury Centre, Salford, UK
Camera used : DSC-H300
Today, we’ve been out in the Enchanted Garden @ BASIC. Capturing some brilliant images for use in a future display. Mostly these were roses , but also the wildflowers and poppies planted throughout the garden.
Here’s an aerial plan from the website dreamstime.com. It shows the workings of a hedgerow maze in grass
Now it might look quite simple to the average person in the street, but this maze and others like it are a great aid in developing concentration skills. So much so, the memory workshop group at BASIC in Salford has been using them as a measure of how long our concentration goes for before it slips.
The aim was to solely get around the maze – without concentration slipping. If we got distracted, we were sent back to the start of the maze and began again.
Funny thing is i enjoyed this exercise, probably because i enjoy doing puzzles.