A Little while ago I took a trip out to Hull on the east coast. Things had begun the long return to normal and I needed to visit a place I either hadn’t been to before or hadn’t been to for a long time. After a bit of head scratching and no I didn’t get any splinters in my fingers, I decided on a revisit to Hull.
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Today has been one of those days that hasn’t really come together, got started, come into focus. I bimbled around the house for a couple of hours first thing but no matter what I did, how I turned the days ignition key it wasn’t going to burst into life. Mercifully days like this are very few and far between and the standard cure is grab a camera and head out […]
A pleasing day comes to a gentle end. The sun gathers itself together and makes to say goodbye for those few, cool, gentle hours of the night. The river turns from water into a burnished, rippled silver as the last ferry of the day busy-bodies itself across and deposits it’s last human cargo. Job done, the heated fuzz of the day begins to cool and disappear as the little boat […]
Well September has stolen up on us with all the stealth of a well fed cat looking for that one last treat. That said, as the days start to have their wings clipped by the creeping in of the evening my mission to reconnect with favorite places after the that unhappy pause continues. And today it has brought me to Fleetwood, on the Bay and within sight of the Lake […]
Right I’m sat with a cooling drink ( two actually ) after a very enjoyable day reconnecting myself with Hull. I haven’t visited the city for a few years so obviously things have changed, moved or disappeared altogether. The area around the docks has changed completely, it’s now a vibrant spot of bars and eateries. It put me in mind of Manchester and that city’s Northern Quarter. So I’ve had […]