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Well, that’s it for Project 365. I’m glad it’s over. That was a lot of photos. I got lazy with posting them towards thenend, but I did most of the photos, missed about 3 in total, but there we go! I’m proud of this. I contemplated a ‘selfie’ for the final photo. But I hate them so here’s my hand.
On our way home, and just one last shot of the scuplture of Gladstone at the front of the estate. The weather for the drive back was as good as we could have hoped for!
Wandering around North Wales today and I couldn’t decide on just one. The first is Flint Castle, one of the shady dark parts at the bottom of the chapel tower. It’s mostly home to pigeons now.
The second image is a view on the way to Ruthin, taken from the car park of a restaurant. I had to stop because it was such an amazing view.
This is the Theology Room. More or less the main even of the library. it’s silent, and full of old dusty tomes about religions of all different kinds. A lot of these books were read by Gladstone himself.
Gladstone’s Library is a beautiful old library in North Wales. It was founded by William Gladstone, former prime minister of the UK.
Out for a run this morning, and on my normal route was, unfortunately, a burned out scooter. It made for a good subject though.
This is the ceiling of Birmingham Symphony Hall. It’s a great place for music and shows and all of that sort of thing – but it’s also basically the only quiet coffee shop in the city centre – great for getting some work done!
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!