Daft as a ?
In England there is an expression - ‘daft as a coot!’ Here we have a goose trying to be as daft as a coot - followed by some - equally daft - coots! Regents...
posted on June 23, 2010
I hate getting up early on Sundays
Actually I hate getting up early - period. But on Sundays it is always an extra struggle! Fortunately it is not every week that I have to drag myself out of...
posted on June 27, 2010
and the house too actually. but I must do something about my garden!
posted on June 06, 2010
A nice cold shower please!
Victoria Gardens SW1 It has been rather hot these past few days! Taken with mobile phone.
posted on June 25, 2010
Waiting on Dwarfs at the Vortex
I had managed to triple book myself on Thursday - and that was without 2 other things I could have gone to. The result was that I only managed to get to the...
posted on June 24, 2010
No Cars at the Cross Kings
To the Jester Bar at the Cross Kings to see the fabulous No Cars - hackney based japanese all-girl group. Here is how they describe themselves… “About No Cars.....
posted on June 12, 2010
In the coffee queue
Every Saturday I go to Broadway Market and once there my first stop is the coffee stall. The coffee stall is VERY popular and there is always a long queue - it...
posted on June 02, 2010
It has been a while now since Claude moved to Wales. And now I am looking for a new house-mate. Considerate and tidy housemate wanted to share a small, modern...
posted on June 01, 2010
What lovely teeth!
The Regent's Canal - close to Mare Street
posted on June 16, 2010
Not quite as intended
Pictures from a gig a couple of weeks back - I had gone to see the Rude mechanicals who were due on at 8.30 - I left at nearly 11 when there were still 3 bands...
posted on June 11, 2010
Ballet in Trafalgar Square
Pictures taken in Trafalgar Square during the Royal Ballet's Big Screen. Chroma is a modern virtuoso work - Symphony in C is a traditional favourite.
posted on June 10, 2010
Ship in a bottle
The 4th plinth in Trafalgar Square. An interesting and different solution.
posted on June 08, 2010
A favourite place A favourite view The present church was designed by James Gibbs and completed in 1726. It has become one of the most significant...
posted on June 09, 2010