Studio ready for artweeks.
Signs out for Artweeks.org. It’s amazing what a bike will carry.
…window cleaners (if you look closely enough).
End of season dinner. End of an era.
After 8 years of faithful service, keeping clothes, books, laptop and morning pastries warm and dry, Ortlieb #1 is retiring. The split in the base finally deciding that no amount of gaffer-tape will keep it closed. The ideal replacement, Ortlieb #2 of course.
Blast from the past. Professor Lindsay MacDonald speaking at Transactions: Imaging/Art/Science – Image Quality, Content and Aesthetics [link]
About to be eclipsed by the stage.
My commute last week through London was made lovely by the lovely people at Oxford Circus and Marble Arch. This week you could tell it was ‘business as usual’ by the taste of the pollution.
Look carefully and you can see the Post Office tower.
One day nobody had a car.
Wallingford Town fund raising race night fun! My strategy to win a race succeeded – just by a bet on every horse. Sadly, that’s not a strategy to win $£$£$£. Happily, the $£$£$£ lost went to the club. Everyone’s a winner.
Virgin Atlantic. Rather nice after the BA bus to Seattle and back.
A little climb up Snowdon with Rob, Bri and Martin.
More on Flickr.
Sunshine after the hail.
Everyone else was asleep and missed the coldest morning of the winter so far. A nice day not to be riding to Cholsey.
Up early for some -7C frosty colour.
A walk on the clumps (Wittenham Clumps) with Ewok and Yogi.