Random Weekend

Here’s a random selection of photos I took this weekend:

sunflower at night
York National Railway Museum
Spring flowers in Autumn?
I have no idea what this is. Onion?
Pigeons in York. Look at this one on a big computer screen; it’s remarkable.

Putting Something Back

Here’s a field after the crop has been skimmed off of the top like cream from freshly laid milk:

When you take something good from something it will need replenishing at some point in the future. Just like when you take cheese from the fridge; eventually it will run out.

Teachers give knowledge. Give them something back.

Here’s a picture of a fly resting on my boot:

Draw your own conclusion.

I Wanted

I have three stories bouncing around in my mind wanting to come out to play but I didn’t have time to get to them to you so all I’ve got for you for now is another perfect English sky:

Rawcliffe Lake reflecting the sky.

I hope it’ll do for now.

Bench Views #23 – Museum Gardens, York

That’s not an ambulance, it’s an ice-cream van. The garden’s not empty, I had to wait ages for most of the people to move somewhere else before taking this shot. Squirrels are watching from the trees, I have a bar of birthday chocolate and I’m listening to the, goalless so far, final of the women’s Euro finals: England vs Germany at Wembley. Could this day get any better? Let’s see who scores first. ๐Ÿธ

Sklugoo Speaks Lotsly

I know that this is going to have a massive impact on you, mainly because you love to click on links, so I’m going to tell you that Sklugoo Speaks, my very own podcast in which I am the mouthpiece to a small, meditating frog ๐Ÿธ called Sklugoo, who lives on my kitchen windowsill and has two disciples, both chickens ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿ”, is coming up to the finale of his fourth epic season and has just released his one hundred and ninetieth episode to critical acclaim the length and breadth of the kitchen and so, if you dare, listen to all one minute and fourteen seconds of it in its full glory. That’s all. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ