One Day One World Round-up

Lisa of Northwest Frame of Mind challenged us to post a photo or story for every hour of the day over a 24 hour period, spaced over 6 months.  Intrigued I decided to play along, and boy was it a challenge!

Here is my ‘day’ – click on the first image to access the carousel and if you want to read the story about each hour then please click the link in each image. I hope you enjoy my world as much as I do 🙂


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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

37 thoughts on “One Day One World Round-up”

  1. Despite having been around for the journey, this round-up is very pleasing to see. All the images together show just how interesting and varied our lives can be. We just have to stop and look.
    Regards as always, Pete. x

    1. True. I have enjoyed really having to work through this exercise and it has made me realise just what a fantastic town Ludlow is. It has so many things to offer and Lisa definitely pushed me out into those streets 🙂

  2. Well done Jude and thanks for such a gorgeous photographic tapestry of life in your part of the planet. It’s hard to pick a favourite. Ludlow’s mayor should think seriously about putting you in charge of the town’s tourist bureau you know 🙂 xxx

  3. Congratulations, Jude. This is a fabulous montage – separate hours or all together – you’ve given a stunning visualization of your 24-hour take on your world.

    1. Well, strictly speaking it was only 22 hours as I missed a couple during the night, but it was a whole lot of fun, thinking each week what I could find to post for the hour – made me get out and take new photos rather than shuffle through the digital shoe-box. Only now I have even MORE photos in the shoe-box 😮

  4. Your beautiful town really shines in this series of images, Jude. The 1 Day 1 World Project wouldn’t have been the same without your participation and I looked forward to a new post showcasing your unique point of view every week. 🙂

    1. Thanks Lisa – I had a look at my stats over the weeks and the 6 – 7am post drew the most likes and comments and views! That might be something to do with it being my most grumpiest post 😉
      Runner-up was the 11 – Midday. I think the spider drew people in, hehehe…

      I would have liked to have shown the Medieval Fayre at the end of November, but won’t be here then, but I shall see if I can do a Halloween post before I go to Oz.

    1. The swan family was such a find, they came right up to where I was standing (behind a wall – I didn’t trust that cob too closely) and the cygnets were so cute!

    1. Thanks for taking the time to have a look at them all H. I had a lot of fun choosing the posts, though some weeks were more of a challenge than others!

  5. Jude although I have sen the images separately together they create a most spectacular gallery. As always the variety of your skill as a photographer is what jumps out at me. A pleasure to view.

  6. Wow – I loved looking through your 24 hour summary. Seeing them all together like that really gave me a appreciation for how talented you are taking photos! The 2-3am lightning shot is spectacular!

    1. Thanks Jo, sadly the lightning shot isn’t mine 😦 I had to use one from the Flickr community, I don’t have the camera equipment to capture that sort of shot. Still hopefully there is another one you like a bit… ? 😕

      1. ROFL!! How insensitive of me!! Sorry, I can’t stop laughing at the pathetic little emoticon looking so dejected.

        I LOVE your pictures … and now I’m afraid to pick another one for fear of screwing up again … but the next one on my list would have been the 3pm clouds.

        1. Haha, it’s OK, I’m not that sensitive (though you didn’t HAVE to ROFL) 😥 It is very rare that I use someone else’s shot, but I did in a couple of posts – the cockatiel in the 6-7 post (I used my own chickens on the collage) so you can pick ANY of the other photos 😀 😀

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