This week we have a station disguised as a pub, a Lego ghost and a crochet project finished at last.
This Lego minifigure who seems to be Hamlet with Yorick’s skull, inspired a head under the arm ghost picture.
This week we have a collection of items that have been in storage. Some promotional material from Bohemian Cats Tarot by Baba Studio, Prague, a picture of Blodeuwedd from Welsh mythology – she was turned into an owl – and some cat-related birthday cards
The beautiful Valentine.
Rory the cat in his new favourite spot
The star on the Christmas tree at St Pancras Station
Letchworth Station is standing in for the Hole in the Wall pub in the film World’s End (Simon Pegg, Nick Frost)
Crochet blanket in 100% wool ripple pattern
I’ve been crocheting this blanket for three years on and off. It’s been sitting with the last edge of, er, edging unfinished for a year, and I finally got around to finishing it last night.
Photos taken at the Bedfordshire Steam and Country Fair in September.
All taken on Fujifilm X10.
This week we have spooky stairs, shiny owls and little people.
Crow on the telephone wires
All you need is love. Sun catcher without sun
Owl of the week. Laser-cut mirrors from Fred Aldous.
Stairs taken with a fisheye lens. Makes them look a bit creepy?
Rory taken with a fisheye lens
circle of light
Scalextric display in Letchworth Garden City
This week we have reflections, fireworks and marking Remembrance Day.
Valentine, the less adventurous cat, investigates
A blue tit and a robin have to learn to share the bird feeder
An old soldier – Remembrance Day
Fireworks over Kings Cross
Owl of the week. Watch from Argos
Tiles reflected in tap
It’s raining and the squirrels are back.
All taken on the Canon Eos 50d with 70-200mm lens. Processed in ACR.
Two! They both did a double take at this point.
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