at Watergate Bay.
Our local church bell against a very blue sky here in Cardiff
My daughter’s soft toy Dalmatian which she has had for a good 8 years, and comes with us most places. If he had a passport, it’d be well stamped.
Actually, our light fitting, but I took one photo with flash on, which created the dark shadows and made it look (to me anyway) quite arachnid.
is having the right dongle. I have a MacAir now and for two consecutive presentations I have turned up and been unable to present from my machine. So I now have two dongles – one HDMI, one VGA, that form part of the essential travelling kit.
The sun going down as I left the OU campus
The church on OU campus, where there was still thick fog and snow this morning, despite being all clear in Cardiff.
My daughter, as seen through a thin sheet of ice
The much anticipated snow arrived today. From the news you would have thought it was the end of days. It snowed for about 4 hours, then turned to rain.
This is our garden table. There’s something a bit melancholic about garden furniture covered in snow I find.
We have quite a lot of ordnance survey maps in our house, because my wife is an ultra runner and loves getting up mountains. [url=http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/no_good_reason/2008/11/satnav—a-microstudy-in-digitisation.html]Like books, maps [/url]are an analogue artefact which many people have an affection for. GPS and SatNav are usually better for most navigation, but maps are good for planning journeys and also for the romance of travel.
The title is from Conrad’s Heart of Darkness by the way.