The weather at the moment in the UK is behaving like a stroppy teenager having a strop.
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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this time around I’ll go more on the pictures and less on the words. Give you a break from my ramblings for at least one post anyway. This time my time wandering blog takes us back to January of 2020, just before the wheels fell off the world and everything stopped. I live fairly close to the resort town of […]
Every once in a while a scene presents itself to you so completely that it would almost be a criminal act not to take the shot. I had taken myself off to Chester today to get out of the house and grab some fresh air and a change of scene. As usual I travelled there by train and from the railway station and walked into the town centre. Part of […]
Here in the UK the clocks have gone back so that means Autumn is sliding by ever faster and Winter, icy claws at the ready, is stealing ever nearer. So when you get a day of decent sunshine it’s a bit silly to let it go to waste. I took a trip up to Preston for lunch with a friend. The city is a town with some history to it’s […]
So, following up Part One, naturally, here’s the rest of the shots I took on my easy ramble around the city. I headed back to Victoria Station, one of three main stations in the city, it’s a Victorian wedding cake of a building, the other two, Piccadilly and the smaller Oxford Road are more glitzy and slick. Though the buildings at Oxford Road always make me think of Darth Vader’s […]