What lovely day in Battersea Park and around the power station complex.
Continue reading “Battersea Park”
So, Waterstones, how is it possible for a new paperback to have markings in it? Interestingly there are none after page 40, which is just about where I gave up with the book! (Obliquity by John Kay). Continue reading “Waterstones, how is this possible?”
Leave No Trace is a highly rated film which for me failed to live up to its reputation. Not a lot happens, you don’t get to learn much about the two main characters who are on screen almost the entire film. It’s OK but nothing special.
Oh and I’m not keen on these auditoriums that only have half a dozen rows – it’s just too close to the screen.
What a terrific book this is!
It’s been a a couple of months since I last walked in London and for the first time I took two cameras, the heavy Pentax DSLR with a telephoto lens, and my wonderful little Sony RX100. I only used one of the Pentax pictures so I don’t think I’ll be in a hurry to take it out again.The water in the Thames was really low – see the first b & w image, and alongside HMS Belfast there was a liner, Ocean Majesty. As often happens, I was asked by a tourist to take their photo.
Wonderful to see so many small people
playing cricket at the club.
I’m now free of Google Chrome! I toyed with Brave but I’ve settled on Opera. As well as all the usual browser features it has some additional ones – ad-blocking, unlimited and free VPN for private-private browsing, a nice screen-shot editor. And it seems just as quick or even quicker than Chrome. Continue reading “I’ve become an Opera fan!”
As the sun descended…. Continue reading “Nonsuch Park fading light”
A lake and two walls
And after more than 40 days…
the rain came