it’s time to crack on with husband’s advent calendar. so, this is my diy version i’d like to share with you.
i want to say i’m sorry, but i’m struggling to find the words to express exactly how much i regret all that i’ve done to you; how deeply remorseful i am for the years of neglect and bad treatment i subjected you to in the selfish pursuit of my own myopic desires.
hello friday! it’s so lovely to see you!
it’s been one of those weeks i’m afraid…
one of the things i most enjoy about holiday adventuring is exploring the nooks and crannies of the back streets.
where will you go adventuring this weekend??
the reflections in the glass windows of this building make the clouds appear both near and far, while the sharp angles give a clear sense of perspective. kinda weird and beautiful all at the same time!
various street/graffiti artists, including ten bomb and david nash, have turned a passage through a scrappy bit of scrubland into an art trail. i was lured into taking a detour en route to the station…
with the final few days of the 2012 paralympics upon us, i just wanted to take a moment to give some thought to the prosthetics that assist and support many of the athletes in their endeavours.
for a bit of fun this late friday evening, can you guess what this sound is?
when i think of urban, i picture the iconic image of a sprawling metropolis as well as the up-close-and-personal vibe of city living often captured in street photography. from expansive cityscapes to intriguing nooks and crannies, such images show us what urban living is all about.
well, it’s bank holiday weekend and in good english tradition it seems determined to be a wet one! so i thought a colourful offering was in order for this week’s friday fun post.