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Keep Homefires Burning The Heart of the Home

Nikon D700 with 24-120mm Lense

My Lounge Fireplace. We use this fire in winter to produce a homely atmosphere rather than warmth. I love this room in natural light, it’s so warm and bright.

I’m thinkin about home today, as I’m going to St Thomas Hospital for some more cancer treatment. God be with you all. Don.

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flower, flowers, fire, home, sunflower, lounge, vase, vases, ornaments, fireplace, woman and child, willowtree figures

Life is so precious and worth recording for posterity.
Imagine your grandchildren or great-great-grandchildren being able to see how you enjoyed life hundreds of years from now? Don can help you record those magical moments for them. Photographer since 1980s.
Specialising in Portraiture, Landscape and Urban Fine Art Photography.

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  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaabout 5 years ago

    wonderful capture nice

  • Hey there Scott, thanks for that my friend. Regards, Don.

    – DonDavisUK

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKabout 5 years ago

  • Smudger
    Smudgerabout 5 years ago

    another great shot

  • Hey there Steve, thanks once again mate. Hope you have a Happy Snappy Day:-) Don.

    – DonDavisUK

  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...about 5 years ago

    Wishing you all the best Don.

  • Hey there Richard, thanks for that mate, I’m off to the Hospital in a few minutes. Keep smiling and keep busy with your precisous artistic gift. Don.

    – DonDavisUK

  • Esther's Art and Photography
    Esther's Art a...about 5 years ago

    I want to wish you all the best with your treatment and hopefully you will be home soon to enjoy the warmth and comfort of your own home. Take care, God bless you , from Esther

  • hey there Esther, thank you so much for that my freind. I’m home again now, the treatment was not as bad as I was expecting, and they removed the cancer from my right eye. Left a scar though, I’ve got two black eyes and some stitches. It’ll go nicely with my other scars now though:-) LOL. I looked like a Pirate coming home on the London Underground. Couldn’t believe the number of people staring at me, until I got home and looked in the mirror. It just looked plain weird with one eye completely bandaged and sticking out like a sore thumb. Mixed metaphors or what:-) Feeling OK today though. Thanks again my friend. Regards, Don. Oh, and Praise the Lord, it’s a very sunny morning after an evening of heavy rain.

    – DonDavisUK

  • Aleksander
    Aleksanderabout 5 years ago

    Wishing you snappy recovery, Aleksander

  • Hi Aleksander, feeling better already mate. Black eyes, stitches an all:-) Don.

    – DonDavisUK

  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypennyabout 5 years ago

    Beautiful !

  • Thanks Chris.

    – DonDavisUK

  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypennyabout 5 years ago

    Thinking of you Don :O)

  • Hey there Chris, thank you for that my friend. I’m home again now, the treatment was not as bad as I was expecting, and they removed the cancer from my right eye. Left a scar though, I’ve got two black eyes and some stitches. It’ll go nicely with my other scars now though:-) LOL. I looked like a Pirate coming home on the London Underground. Couldn’t believe the number of people staring at me, until I got home and looked in the mirror. It just looked plain weird with one eye completely bandaged and sticking out like a sore thumb. Mixed metaphors or what:-) Feeling OK today though. Thanks again my friend. Regards, Don. Oh, and Praise the Lord, it’s a very sunny morning after an evening of heavy rain.

    – DonDavisUK

  • Esther's Art and Photography
    Esther's Art a...about 5 years ago

    Let them stare !!! Silly people !! Glad you are home again. That is fantastic news. Take it easy , put your feet up until you have fully recovered. Hope you dont have to worry any more and no more treatments. Nothing worse. Thanks for letting us know ;o))) Sorry , I cant put these in a real vase. That’s all I can send you ;o))

  • Awesome Esther, thanks for the lovely flowers. Hopefully that is the end of the treatment. They took a bigger chunk of skin and tissue than I was expecting, but it’s a new treatment, and they keep cutting, testing until there is no more cancer. Called Moes Surgery. I just felt such a phoney when I saw all the other people who were there with much worse conditions. An a young boy with it all over the right side of his face and neck. One thing I know, those doctors and nurses in St Thomas Hospital are simply fantastic. Thanks again Esther. Don.

    – DonDavisUK

  • stumbelina
    stumbelinaalmost 5 years ago

    This looks like a magazine shot. Fantastic.

  • Hey there Stumbelina (great name btw), I’m always stumbling across artistic opportunities, unfortunately I don’t always have my camera ready. Hope you have a wonderful day. Don.

    – DonDavisUK

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