The time has arrived for my iPad cover to go into the recycling bin. It was battered but doing very well but the cover started to fall apart and then the magnets in the cover, which shut the iPad down when the cover is closed, got lost and so my iPad would remain ‘lit up’ when not in use and the battery would discharge. And so, my faithful old iPad cover with its many badges, scars and many air miles will go off in the recycling truck and might be reborn as something else. Farewell old friend.
A wheel that carries a considerable amount of weight.
Here’s the little scoundrel, as ever, looking pleased with herself. No shame!
It was going to be a photograph of some interesting shells that were stuck to the rocks on the beach. Then Katy, our dog, stepped into shot. She is no appreciator of my artistic endeavours!
I made lockdown bread today. Okay, I know it looks like a cake but it certainly smells better than it looks!
I don’t know why but the words prostate examination came to mind when I took this photograph…
Do you ever take a photograph which is terrible, breaks all the rules, and yet you still like it? Here’s an image, shot into sun, badly composed, loads of lens flare, cluttered, lots of grain and probably not entirely in focus but, who cares. There’s no such thing as a bad image!! Maybe this will be the moneymaker!
Straighten up and fly right!
I can’t remember the last time I used one of these (and this one looks as though it hasn’t been used in a while…)
Here’s today’s last post. An image showing the sun setting over the MacDuff Harbour entrance. Another beautiful sunset.
I’ve been talking to John in Nevada about the need for exercise. We are lucky, we live in a sparsely populated area and so we can take our dog for long morning walks without meeting many (or any) people. The problem is, the 5 Km walk doesn’t offset the intake of chocolate hobnobs (an essential food item surely?). Here’s our route map.
PS: map tipped over sideways so it will fit on the page better.
Here’s some most wonderful advice from a most helpful young lady.
Because the fish markets are closed due to the lock-down, the fishing boats are all stuck in the harbour waiting for this dreadful virus to leave us be. And so, its a beautiful day but all quiet in MacDuff Harbour today.
These hungry and persistent chickens will search out food just about anywhere…