An Aesthetic Sacrifice

‘The Matrix’, last night’s television film, was beyond me.  I lasted nearly two hours before giving up and going to bed.  Two others of the assembled company had had seven attempts between them to understand it, and never finished it.  Becky managed to see it through this time. On this beautiful, sunny morning, balmy enoughContinue reading “An Aesthetic Sacrifice”

Michael Fish

I’m having a bit of fun looking back over the last eighteen months of blogging, and adding where appropriate some older photographs to the posts.  Today I went back thirty years in my archives add added three to ‘Reminiscing With Don’ of last August. Albeit extremely blustery, it was a beautiful autumn day as weContinue reading “Michael Fish”

Bayko Building Sets

Driving up the A3 towards Chessington the car was buffeted; leaves, twigs, paper, and other debris were blown everywhere; potted garden plants were lying on their sides or rolling about; and some shrubs were down.  The strong winds had not abated.  Watching trees bending in the blast I wondered just how fierce had been theContinue reading “Bayko Building Sets”