Watching The World Go By

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE IN A GROUP TO ACCESS ITS GALLERY, INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF WHICH CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE BY SCROLLING DOWN AND CHECKING BOX AT BOTTOM RIGHT This afternoon Jackie delivered me to a bench at the crossroads beside the Burley war memorial in order for me to focus on who came by.Continue reading “Watching The World Go By”

Chickens And A Calf

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE IN THE GROUP TO ACCESS ENLARGED GALLERY Last night Flo transferred several photographs from her mobile phone to my iMac. On 28th December I had photographed our granddaughter photographing chickens at Hockey’s Farm. These were her images. Yesterday evening we had enjoyed fortune cookies given to Jackie by Mr Chan atContinue reading “Chickens And A Calf”

Interactive Issue

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Although the wind has lessened, it is still not conducive to clearing up. In addition to the breakages, this is what windburn can do, for example to the leaves and blooms of a begonia. We did water all the containers and dead head many roses. Perhaps weContinue reading “Interactive Issue”

No More Shell Building

IMAGES CAN BE ENLARGED BY CLICKING ON THEM – TWICE IF NECESSARY As usual when I travel to London, Waterloo, Jackie drove me to and from New Milton today. Apart from the fact that the ticket office was closed because the system wasn’t working, and I held up the queue for the machine on theContinue reading “No More Shell Building”

Clapham Common

It was a bright and sunny day for my visit to old friends Wolf and Luci. Jackie, as usual drove me to and from New Milton Station for the train to Waterloo. From the terminal, I took the Northern Line to Clapham Common, along the South Side of which I walked, crossing over to ElmsContinue reading “Clapham Common”

She Was Indispensable

Bidding farewell to Jackie’s Morning Glory, after she delivered me to Southampton I boarded the train for Waterloo for a last weekend’s packing before the final removal from Sutherland Place.  Not a journey you want to make on a hot Saturday morning.  Had a woman, who was leaving the train in a few minutes at Winchester,Continue reading “She Was Indispensable”