Two photos of the International Space Station passing overhead.
Time for a bit of a rant, geek-style. For about 15 months I’ve used a Samsung Galaxy Note as mobile phone of choice. And truth be told, I’ve hated all bar the first 10 minutes of it. The lack of RAM has made me reconsider what apps I use, favouring Seesmic for combined Facebook+Twitter over […]
It was disconcerting to hear the noise of plastic clattering on tarmac and look around to see this mains timer switch bouncing along the road. Fortunately it didn’t get far. Glad it didn’t hurt anybody – it could have made quite a dent in a tyre.
Big Sky minimalism strikes again, as is its wont in Galloway. Nothing but blue sky, green grass and leaves and white wispy clouds.
Well, for small values of infinity, anyway. Can’t beat a brisk roadside walk with the dog in such sunny weather as this 🙂
A philosophy of human interaction from the side of the road
Evening scenery: gently undulating landscape and fluffy white clouds in a big blue sky.
Dratted non-native invasive species, the rhododendron. This one seems to have flown a little too close to the bonfire, unfortunately.
Dog’s favourite position – the maximum bright sunlight for optimum pose factor. Please excuse the garish stripy carpet.
After a morning of walking the dog into the village and back (0.8mi either way) and digging over yet another vegetable bed, I’m about as knackered as this old fork the previous occupants left in the garden (presumably as an object of art, that being an excuse for quite a lot of things…).