The usual semi-regular round up of random snaps, this time from May & June 2019
Ella having a Wild Hair Day
Coco The Cocker looking effortlessly gorgeous
I never thought we’d be voting in the 2019 European Parliament elections…
Chocolate fondue night at Helen’s
Coco, the canine water diviner. If there’s water out there, she’ll find it. The dirtier the better.
Giving the whatchoo talkin bout willis look….
Home and dry
Other people sometimes have dogs too. Some of them are nearly as beautiful as Coco. Nearly.
Thought I’d order a few rolls of Kosmo Foto Mono now it’s available in medium format
Dorothy and Domino
I think the sky in the following two pictures shows how incredibly fine-grained Tmax 400 can be for a film of its speed, as long as you expose it carefully.
Some people have a garden or yard at the back of their house. Jane has the South Downs National Park.
The Witch’s Tree
Sunday morning, making bread and flapjacks
“Yeah, whatever. I’ll get excited when there’s something I can actually eat”
Enough excitement for one morning
Church of the Nazerene, just next to Clapham Junction
I took this whilst walking over Battersea Bridge. That’s the remnants of Lots Road Power Station on the right. Turn around 180 degreees, and upstream you can just about make out the iconic chimneys of its much more famous counterpart.
And looking down, someone has decided to go wading in the Thames…
Lots Road Power Station is a disused coal and later oil-fired and later gas-fired power station in Chelsea. Built in 1905 and decommissioned in 2002. Since then seems to have been in a constant state of redevelopment.
Upside down in coach No. 7