According to BBC Weather, nearly all of the United Kingdom will be underwater by ten o’clock tomorrow morning.
I decided to use the overcast day as a reason not to wander too far from work today to a place I really like, the Postman’s Park.
As usual, you can read all about it here on Wikipedia.
The Postman’s Park is home to the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice which recognizes the acts of kindness made by ordinary citizens who lost their lives when saving another’s. It was first created in 1900.
The walls of the memorial are covered in tiles, which name the late hero and the brave action which lead to their untimely death.
I hadn’t noticed flowers at the Memorial before, but today, there were two sets, which prompted this shot on the left.
I shot 15 frames today, and this picture on the left was my first. (I was saying to a friend yesterday that my first shots are never what I want, compositionally).
As I didn’t post anything yesterday, and because it’s really hard for me to only post one picture because there’s so much to take in, here’s another (right). The stories captured within the wall are all so varied, that I’ll have to come back again to share more.
The visit was worth the ride on the Jubilee line and not only for the company, as our kind hosts also cooked a delicious dinner which included noodles with pork and scallions seared with lardons.
This was my favorite picture today.
I like how they’re stirring in synch, both looking intently at their respective pans.
I’m looking forward to our next delicious visit already!
My Grandma Rosa tried to teach me to crochet when I was little, but I really never progressed beyond making a very, very long string.
I headed over to Stash Yarns, and with a good bit of help from the staff and other customers, I picked out this turquoise yarn to go with these expertly suggested knitting needles.
We’ll see how it goes. Perhaps I’ll become knitting mad and abandon the gym in favor of this knitting group.
The perks of working at home for the day may include a fridge full of berries, and fortunately, such held true for today.
In taking this picture, I decided to take advantage of the natural light pouring in from the living room windows. (Yes, more evidence of London sunshine!) I took the colander full of berries and put it on a plate on the rug, right in the sunshine.
He wouldn’t budge.
Being able to crop a photo is key, I just never thought I’d need to do it to remove cat legs from a picture of fruit.