I've been distracted by balmy summer sunshine, our annual Golowan festival, and one of my dearest friends coming to stay. All perfect reasons not to be sitting at the computer.
One of the highlights of Golowan is the beautiful vibrant banners and flags that are made by the local community, and used to decorate the town. I love the bursts of colour against bright blue skies, and the gentle sound of them flapping in the wind. They make this small town burst into life, ready for the festivities to begin.
My favourites this year were the new flags at our very own lido, the Jubilee Pool. These were designed and made to celebrate the pool's 75th anniversary.
Aren't they wonderful? The pool also has it's own team of synchronised swimmers called The Jubilees, who performed on Quay Day.
The other thing I love are the reflections of the flags in the sea below the Prom.
Colour reflected in still waters always seems quite magical.