Tuesday, May 31, 2005

a great bit of skyline from the approach to tower bridge Posted by Hello

i'm a government child-beater and i'm here to help ! said the ice-queen Posted by Hello

hans christian andersen

did you hear those lurid but compelling radio plays ... golly, it set my mind racing and i tried to visualize my time at school through the filter of anguished fantasy ... see above

Saturday, May 28, 2005

tower bridge at five thirty in the morning with the mayors office and the gherkin Posted by Hello

tower bridge

i never normally get an opportunity to stop and photograph this scene when i'm on my way out to essex, so i nipped back to tower bridge after i'd dropped her at waterloo in the early quiet of saturday morning.

i haven't done the scene justice this time as it needs a bit of sun, but you have to catch these sorts of skylines before someone builds in the space in front

everything the loved one needs is here Posted by Hello

on her holidays ...

the loved one has gone away for a week to practise yoga for five hours a day in the south of france

she's very organized and this is ALL of her luggage

Thursday, May 26, 2005

kentish tiles at lenham ... you can buy killer chocolate brownies in the local bakery Posted by Hello

here's a feller i often nod to as i cycle to work ... Posted by Hello

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

they've changed our livery at www hbfoodprovisions dotco dotuk this week Posted by Hello

Saturday, May 14, 2005

does my 'ed look big in this ? Posted by Hello

Monday, May 09, 2005

kit's coty - arguably the oldest building on this cheese driver's rounds - and right besides the pilgrim's way Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 08, 2005

conker tree in hyde park : count the blossoms Posted by Hello

Saturday, May 07, 2005

hove, little boxes for bathers Posted by Hello

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

newnham in kent, looks as if it might have been plastered around 1710 Posted by Hello

polo tree Posted by Hello

may nettle flowers Posted by Hello

may in kent

i drove along a bit of the Pilgrims Way & over the North Downs on the way to Canterbury, thinking of Chaucer and of of the lovely subtle & witty Powell & Pressburger film, A CANTERBURY TALE

everything looks green & lovely but it was so cold !

found a funny tree with a hole in the trunk, more like two trunks around a hole

and some lovely old plasterwork on a timbered building in newnham