Still, it bothers me. Best do something about it.
While you're waiting, here's some pictures from this week.
As is often the case when I stop suddenly on a country lane because I see something cool, this dead tree almost caused me to join it. *
Yes, a bale of straw. But lines, colours, skies. Were there a few red poppies, we'd really have something going on here.
Same field. Unremarkable in itself, but the colours have really come along as it's ripened up over the past couple of weeks. I look forward to eating these as Shredded Wheat in a few weeks.
Honestly, I just like the roof tiles. It's very "rural English".
Big skies are the only real subject matter here, and there's nothing remotely humorous to say about it. I'm almost tempted to delete it. Bah.
Too good to ignore, tho I was trespassing. In a car. And almost in a ditch.
I photographed this tree a couple of years ago, and it's always a beauty. I think this is just outside Trinity College. As ever, sunshine makes the shot.
Um... I forget which college this courtyard belongs to. They still hang you if you walk on the grass in Cambridge. But pretty spiffy tho, right?
My favourite church clock, at Great Saint Mary's, Cambridge. I sense that they may have replaced the hands, faceplate and mechanism several times since 1679, but everything else is original.
The gatehouse at King's College, Cambridge. I know some of the details about its design and construction, but honestly they're rather dull. It was such a lovely day, and the skies were cooperating. That is all.
Driving home, I felt sure I was driving into a tornado, as it looked ready to touch down. *
But to finish, I wanted to introduce you to a very special lad called Rufus. He's the only dog I've ever met with highlights. I'm hoping he'll be adopted by loving folk this week, which is all any of us deserves.
* No idiots were harmed during the creation of this blog entry.
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