The last photo of my One Photo Per Hour set is suitably a sunset. It was a fascinating project impacted regularly by the fact my Pre battery was never fully charged during the whole adventure.
I think the goal of 24 also made it extra challenging since that required me to roll over to a second day. 12 for a day might be a smarter target. Than [...]
Toasting quartered marshmallows from Petit Thuet – strawberry, orange/lemon and vanilla. Warning fresh marshmallow, like fresh bread, does not toast as well as the stale stuff.
Peppers for stuffing, roasting and eating!
At the cottage for the first time this year. Scheming some schemes as I sit on the swinging bench and look at the “river runs through it” style view
Not even sure how to describe what’s happening here. Perhaps I’ll leave it up to your imagination
They grow them big in St.Jacob’s
One of my favourite sculptures in the world. By Christine Thorpe who just happens to be my sister in law.
I keep hoping to convince her to make a bronze or at least concrete version for the island.
Since yesterday ended at 12 hours and I think “for a day” means 24 hours, (and I’m having fun doing ths) I’ve decided to interpret this as 24-awake hours= a day.
That means 12 more hourly photos are coming today.
Good morning Waterloo.
A little watermelon shopping in Waterloo.
Not much to photograph on a dark bus except the Vin Diesel movie palying on the laptop one row ahead
So many lovely desserts at Petit Thuet. Luckily the Pre is small enough that they we’re baulking at me snapping away under their noses. (I would have said the Pre was descreet but we all know that it’s not so descreet when I’m operating it)
Onto another bus, sadly this time it’s not a double decker, and heading West. Another Waterloo weekend in the cards.
Bus packed with students and other tech-enabled folk plugged into phones, iPods, and laptops. With the rest talking at the level of people raised with those around them permanently plugged into sound muffling devices.