On my son’s trip from Berlin to the Baltic the cat had to be in the front seat, whilst here at home a hot-air balloon appeared first thing in the morning.
The cricketing family were out for a knockabout on a lovely evening despite a hint of rainbow and a few threatening clouds. But then came the deluge, forcing the family to abandon their equipment and to take shelter. When the sun reappeared, so did a double rainbow.
What do I know about art!
I’m quite proud of this picture I took in Scarborough in 2015. I was reminded of it whilst browsing the website for The Other Art Fair‘ which is currently on in London. In the ‘Coastal’ area of the website I came across a photograph on sale (see the screenshot further down) which prompted me to remember my photo.
The gallery picture is on sale for $210 – it’s a mere 8″ square and the horizon isn’t even level! I do think mine is a better picture, but what do I know about art…..
It’s great to see that it’s blackberry time again. Here a four images from a 5-mile local walk, the second one having been taken accidentally – I’m not sure how I managed that.
I owe an apology to a lady golfer. On witnessing her somewhat embarrassing 20-yard drive towards the very distant green, I shouldn’t have remarked “There’s plenty of room for improvement”. Inexcusable!
In the churchyard on a drizzly day then home for some Photoshopping.
It’s Saturday, the penultimate full day of our holiday. An incredibly warm and sunny morning brought out the locals and day visitors for a stroll on the promenade. We sat on benches – people watching – old people (like us), parents with little ones on scooters, dog walkers (lots of them!). In the afternoon we read The Times and took in the end of the Trump reign, and early evening we picked up two enormous cod & chips from the nearby fish & chip shop. No need to take pictures today, so here are a few left-overs from the week.
A Covid concert? No, just a photo-shoot.