I’m going to run out of things to photograph around the house, if lockdown does not end soon. I don’t know what this is. Anyone more versed in botany than I, please do let me know. The rest of you, just enjoy and as always, let me know what you think.
The UK government is easing ‘lockdown’ slightly, but my company has not opened its offices yet, and so there is little incentive to go into London and – my fault, this – even less reason for me to venture outside of the house. So what better subject than our long-suffering felines? You have met WillowContinue reading “More Indoor Cat Fun”
Whilst the turmoil of the world goes on outside, it was nice to feel completely detached this Bank Holiday weekend, and to sit outside in the garden with a beer and a Michael Connolly novel on Kindle. I didn’t intend the flare to be there, but I did deliberately leave it in. I hope you’reContinue reading “In the Cloud”
Well, this Covid-19 lockdown has been a major drag, hasn’t it? I had entertained the idea of going walkabout with my camera, but the police in the UK have shown themselves ready to use what I shall diplomatically call ‘enthusiastic‘ policing, to keep people inside. And I’m not really in the mood for an argumentContinue reading “Flowers in the Garden”
This in fact is cat n° 4, in the sense that she was the last to arrive at our home. Meet Willow: Willow was a stray who came to us via a third party. At first, she would not let any human near her, and we feared that she had been treated badly. But withContinue reading “Cat 4 of 4”
The Internet was really made for cats, so I’ve been a bit remiss not to show you at least one photograph of our brood. This is Maya. The back-story to this is that we adopted Maya in October of 2016, when she was a skinny, nervous little three year old. Although she had never beenContinue reading “Cats and the Internet”
I promised to include some photographs in my blog, and I do try to be true to my word! The image below was taken in the New Forest in the county of Hampshire (UK) during a stroll with my wife on 27 October 2018. The photograph was taken with my Lumix (see The Beginning ofContinue reading “The New Forest”