Just about a fortnight ago, I was hopelessly cynical about the Olympics. There were stories of gloom every morning on the radio; people wanting to curb this and that, spectators being banned from taking all sorts of things into the Olympic Park and an army of people being sent out to patrol the cities of… Continue reading Olympic Moments
Part of my 366 Project. I took this picture on the beach at Blyth. We were there a couple of weeks ago, and it was pretty cold and windy. It seems quite a bleak place, but then there are lots and lots of benches with bits of poetry and songs and quotations on them. And… Continue reading Love on the Beach at Blyth
It’s been baking hot in Yorkshire today, and I’ve had my office window open for most of the afternoon. From there, I can hear the young people coming and going from our supported accommodation. I smile often as I hear the sounds of laughter, and of little agreements that are so minor they’re worn out… Continue reading Land of Hope and Glory?
I had a few days away last week; a work conference in Southampton. Although I did manage to take at least one photograph each day within the 365 themes, I’m very behind with uploading them. Lots to post over the next few days! This one was taken through the train window, somewhere between Birmingham and… Continue reading Through a Window (67 of 365)
The ubiquitous blossom shot. I’m not sure whether Spring’s still limping its way towards us or whether all that we’re having took place a week last Tuesday when I had a day off and stayed in to Bissell the living room carpet. Either way, it’s still what we in these parts call a bit nippy.… Continue reading Spring (8 of 365)