The last of the 'Splash of Red' for now.
Penquins are a standing joke in one part of our family and the presense of this pair in our glasses cupboard bears witness to it.
Next month, if I carry on, there'll be a new theme, TBD.
"And this is of interest to me how?"
(Except on the subjects of religion and food, the opinions stated here are not necessarily those of the Author. The Author reserves the right to vary his opinions to suit the purposes of narrative, humour or just because he can). All photographs have been taken by the Author.
(Except on the subjects of religion and food, the opinions stated here are not necessarily those of the Author. The Author reserves the right to vary his opinions to suit the purposes of narrative, humour or just because he can).
All photographs have been taken by the Author.
It has taken a long time for shops to realise that men need to be catered for in female-oriented retail outlets. Here I am, perfectly content with my paper (it's an old photo, today it would be an iPhone) and I'll sit there for an hour or more if needs be.
The annoyance comes when Monica decides, after a couple of minutes, that there's nothing of interest and we're off out again.
Several years ago when I obviously had as much time on my hands as I do now, I went through a phase of using Photoshop to single out colours on a photograph against a monochrome background.
This is one I did on an image taken on a sunny, spring day at the junction of Broad Street and High Street in Pershore, Worcestershire. Hours of fun!
One of our regular walks takes us over an oil pipeline that runs from Fawley in Hampshire up to the West Midlands. It was built in the 1980s and is here 164.9 kilometres from its start point. It's gratifying to see that imperial measurements are still alive and kicking as witnessed by the 14 inch pipe diameter.
A blank page cries out for words like a sandy beach cries out for a castle; DJC-B
The one who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the one doing it; Chinese Proverb
A mill cannot grind with the water that has passed; Chinese Proverb
A ringing telephone is an invitation, not an imperative; DJC-B