Author Archives: Joanna Storie


Here is a photo of some artwork I did for an embroidery course. Not that I ever completed that course, I moved, but the unit was on religious architecture

Tagged | Comments closed

Our greenhouse

Tagged | Comments closed

More small steps

Julia’s post reminded me of a journey I photographed of one little chap. He was determined that the deep snow was not going to stop him getting to the swings and waded through, thigh deep until he got there. He only stood on the swing for a little bit before making his way back. It was as if the accomplishment of getting there was enough!

And that was the final post on A to B journeys!! Thanks to everyone who sent something in and again welcome to the newbees on the site. This month is on architecture…have fun!

Tagged | Comments closed

A bike path through Perth, Australia, a more modern way to get around.

Tagged | Comments closed

There are a set of steps there really, next to the bushes, can’t you see them? Well perhaps you will see this pathway in the Spring

Tagged | Comments closed

Swan Valley

A landing in Guilford in the Swan Valley near Perth, Australia and was the the original centre of the Swan Valley before Perth became more prominent. It was the major highway of its day

Tagged | Comments closed

End of the line


An old train at its final destination

Tagged | Comments closed