Monday, 3 June 2013

Springtime Tagging and Wisteria

Another sunny day, encouraging yet more flowers to come out.
Went off to do a bit of shopping and enjoy Bath in the sunshine. Passed the old gasometer at the bottom of Victoria Park.
Crossed the river.
A pair of car transporters from West Oxfordhire Motor Auctions (WOMA) were parked up, so we had a chance to enjoy a different view of traffic.
After a bit more practical work in the garden, I took Bella out for a sunny walk around Mount Beacon. Great peony in a neighbour's garden. 
A new generation of taggers has started to make their mark(s). 
That purple spray can was getting passed around a few people by the look of these tags. 
 Yet another one.
Another new tag - lots of spray can activity in the area! 
Also much in evidence this spring is wisteria. Don't often get to see inside this house - what a treat. The aroma was heady.
Up the road, another fulsome display over the garden wall.
A rather fine specimen of a black tulip. 
This person likes their big globe aliums.
This day a year ago, it rained on and off all day. We counteracted this by going to Bristol for a dim sum lunch.
Su's news story of the day (BBC website - click on the title for the full story):

Licensed to hack: Cracking open the corporate world

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