Spring into Summer!

Home » News » Spring into Summer!
small_brown_bird

Spring into Summer!
We invite you all to fill our picture gallery with images of the animals, birds, trees and plants found in your garden or whilst out exercising. Why not take yourself on a 'safari' and see what you can spot and share that find with us. You may wish to add a caption or a short piece about the image, for example it may be a flower that has a special memory, or a creature that savaged you just after the photo was taken. You may want to know what type of bird you have seen.
Some 'small print'; no images of people or pets please (no matter how savage or weird they are!)... If you are confined indoors why not take a picture from your window?
Let's make the gallery a fun place to explore what others have discovered and be amazed at the wonder of creation. Happy 'hunting'.

Please send your images to kevpellatt@hotmail.com

You may also be interested in

The Easter S
NYD Webteam: Mon 29 Mar 9:25am

Hear the Easter story from people who work within Parliament. I find it is encouraging in more ways than one. It takes you to YouTube that may contain adverts that may be considered unsuitable for some...

gunnerside_trail
Sue Pellatt: Sat 27 Mar 2:15pm

If we can't share the story of Jesus and God's love for everyone at Easter, then, when can we?! Encouraged by Rachel Pinkney, we have installed an Easter Trail along the railings of Gunnerside Methodist Chapel. There are eight simple pictures highlighting main parts of the story from Palm Sunday to the Hope that Easter Day brings to us. The children at the local primary school are being...

footbridge_stile_edited
Kevin Pellatt: Fri 19 Mar 11:41am

I saw this image posted in facebook by Rev Ruth Gee and it spoke to me of a journey. The one that begins when Christ comes into our lives and we cross a makeshift bridge to the land on the other side of the stream. The journey does not end there; it is merely beginning; and challenges lie ahead; there may be a stile or two to cross. We set foot in the green fields beyond perhaps loitering a...