Monday, 26 January 2015

Late January Round Up

A close up of the damage inflicted on the church on Claremont.
Looking out of our upstairs window at our profusely flowering winter cherry tree. 
Spotted this on the back of a pack of pencils that Su bought - never knew that drawing was such a hazardous activity. Do I need to don overalls before I pick up the guitar.
The first snow of the winter. 
It didn't stick around for long - we have more forecast later this week (the remains of the US blizzards).
With our front door open, the morning sun through our stained glass in the hall generates this intense colour by our stove in the back room. 
We'd actually spotted this car driving round Bath before I saw it parked on our street. It wasn't driven by Mr Clarkson, and it is a Swedish numberplate…
Went out for lunch with Richard and Barbara to Sam's Kitchen in Holt. Richard enjoyed this local beer.
Armed panda graffiti. 
Our clematis has kept flowering through the snow up till a day or so ago, 
Sunrise with mist over the river. 
The mist at the back of the house. 
The mist was still in the valley when I went to get a paper
We were serenaded by this territorial robin when we went for a walk.
Sunset glow over st Stephens church. 
Sunrise glow over the van. 
Spotted this old post box in Tetbury.
In Hobbs House bakery in Nailsworth, we admired this innovative light fitting - actual bread rolls, dried and varnished.
In the car park, spotted this unusual shop decoration.
Abandoned apple on wall.
Walked into town in the afternoon haze, which helped the hill across town stand out from the background.
Came across a gaggle of young people in the Hedgemead Park bandstand - the reticent guitar player was George.
On Walcot Street, what is now Aqua restaurant revealed its origins when we looked up above the doorway.
This conjunction of notice and inevitable vehicle always makes me smile. 
 Artwork for the tip?
Walking around Mount Beacon, I was struck by this clear view of St Saviours church in Larkhall and the electricity pylons beyond Bath.
Sunset glow over Perfect View. 
A great show of old man's beard. 
Mores sunset glow looking up Claremont.
Clevedon yesterday on a cold, grey afternoon with a Grimaldi Lines ship passing by. 
We enjoyed a visit to Dynasty for dim sum 
 Gnomic poster on a warehouse door
This day a year ago, spotted this voodoo doll on sale in a Bristol store…

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