Middle-aged, middle of the road, middling. A qualified nurse, left-handed, am forgetful. Love travel, wildlife and alcohol. Am also forgetful.
Do you get the feeling old Adolf should have remembered this sentiment before taking things further?
The completed item, all ready for cooking on. Very light, very compact. Just as well, really.
Last photo was as packed. This one as seperate billy-can & cooking stove. All for @Lenscap, who likes such things.
@Darkfarmowl in a coppiced wood (Cotswolds walk)
Under a bridge at Welsh Bicknor during the River Wye walk.
Late winter vegetation on the River Wye
My brand spanking new solar-panelled digital camcorder. A snip at £70. I hope.
Walking along the bottom of a shallow valley on a local walk.
Wilton Castle on one of my local walks. I always wondered where it was; turns out to be 15 mins walk from my door.
A blast from the past. I had a ZX Spectrum as a teenager - fond memories of waiting 20 mins for a game to load.
And this was taken at sunrise from my front drive as I returned from a night-shift.
I came across two empty properties on the walk. This one was gutted; a crumbling shell smothered in ivy.
A stretch of the Wye at How Caple. The camera makes the day lighter than it was, as the sun began to set.
The obligatory 'dead tree against the skyline' shot. Every walk has one.
Sellack Bridge over the River Wye - the bouncy bridge.
Not Edgebaston. A rabbit I snapped in my garden the other morning, helping me dead-head my flowers.
Our openers on the scoreboard. Cook's 20 went on to become that wonderful innings, just shy of 300. Top man!
Taken just after 6pm, Cook plays an early shot on the road to his magnificent 294.
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