Archive for August, 2018
I am pretty sure there aren’t 5 days left in the month… so I will have to go back and check through to true them all up! In honour of this, let’s have some mathematical geometry based architecture.
Late night radio is always more interesting than daytime. The music’s better, the chat is more interesting. Why can’t it be like that all the time?
Two things! My first chilli and a weirdly deformed tomato. It feels good to have grown these chillies. This particular one wasn’t an intentional pick unfortunately, but hey! The tomato is my mother’s, and I wish you could find ones like it in shops!
On this day I went to Hanbury Hall and found the only angle from which I could photograph it without any of the scaffolding on the front being visible. (It’s behind the tree).
Perfectly honest, most of what I did on this day was play stuff! I know, not particularly adventurous but enjoyable.
On one of the canal bridges in birmingham has a load of padlocks attached to it. Apparently lovers show their commitment to each other with them!
I found some! Had to walk to the walkway near me, but this is great because they look far more rugged and plentiful!
This is the shot I meant to take last week! My partner and I came back for another tennis knock about, had a great time!
I meant to take a picture of a blackberry today, but my very efficient mother had already picked them off the brambles in the garden. I’ll have to do that one later on!
Another hobby of mine, as if I didn’t have too many already, is colouring! It’s hard finding books that aren’t all flowers and mandalas, but this one by Kerby Rosanes is really interesting and full of fantasy creatures and beings. It’s called Mythomorphia and the medium I use is Derwent inktense pencils.