What happens in the bookshop at night?
A flyer comes through the door. It is for a bible study course so it comes within an ace of going straight in the recycling. But there is one limited set of circumstances under which these things interest me and a second glance shows that this flyer meets them very neatly.
We went to three fabulous events at the 2012 festival, so here are a few mementoes.
Not for the first time, a close business associate of Colonel Gaddafi has been in touch, soliciting our help with some tricky but of course strictly temporary financial circumstances. How could you think otherwise, dear kindly friend? And who could resist a SECRET CODE DEPOSIT?
More clouds… it’s getting to the point where we would really welcome a bit of sun.
The weather stays the same and so does the view from the skylight. So here’s a shot across the roof tiles.
Warmer weather is melting the snow and drawing moisture into the atmosphere, giving this misty sunrise.
A view of chimney pots.
A bitterly cold grey day with no new snow – but no prospect of it melting either.
Snowy street under a blue sky reflected in a skylight window.
Cirrocumulus clouds against a blue sky – and the same clouds illuminated by a setting sun.
A cold, damp, misty day with last night’s snow just starting to melt.
It appears to have snowed overnight…
Bird on a TV aerial against a morning sky.
A 15-second exposure of the moon and stars.
A cold, clear winter afternoon’s sky.
This morning’s sunrise was a subdued affair.
These Cumulus clouds are on the way to becoming cumulus fractus.
One of those sunsets that makes you think about William Blake.