Posts Tagged Project 365
I have more photos from today than I know what to do with, so I might do a big post full of them. My partner and I were walking along the sculpture trail in the Forest of Dean, and I was interested in really looking up close at the parts of the works and how they’ve been affected by nature.
I found it really interesting that the one thing this criss-cross pattern of vapour trails most reminded me of, was the runways at an airport.
This was dinner, and it was pretty great. The burger patty itself was made with chorizo and beef mince and salt and pepper, a lot of salt binds the meat if it’s left in the fridge for a while.
The following photo was not taken at 12 pm, but the clock tower has stopped. The sculpture in the foreground is a very mechanical looking depiction of Nikola Tesla.
Spring is almost upon us, and the dismal winter months are giving over to… more rain. But when flowers are opening up, the rain on the delicate petals makes for great close ups.
It’s an unusual sight, a restaurant completely empty, but we arrived at the moment they opened.
I love wandering around the scruffier parts of the city centre. You tend to come across all sorts of abandoned and interesting structures. One of them was the interior of this, which is actually an arch from a railway bridge, but it made me so curious to see what was inside it.
Excuse the pun. So, I came across this little totem today, hanging where it was left. It opened up a lot of ideas for me. Who put it there? Why? Is it stolen? Is it lost or left behind?
We were back home pretty late tonight after a board game meet up, and as we were walking back into the house, we noticed our car had the most amazing pattern of frost on it.