…see recursion. One of the many shots that have changed since I was last in Perth – the remains of an estate/letting agent, ironically now itself up for sale. It’s not like Perth didn’t have enough such shops elsewhere in the legal/restaurant/cultural district, so I’m a bit surprised they even bothered trying out here.
Babypolo has issues with an excessively enthusiastic engine immobilizer unit, resulting in long stays by the roadside and at petrol pumps, normally at the most inopportune moments when one would otherwise like to make a quick getaway. Humpf. This could easily turn into a ‘places I have abandoned the car’ photo theme :/
Definitely the back end of Stranraer railway station.
A different view on the same scene as previously featured, thus time with a focus on cow-parsley in the foreground.
Two fields, grass recently cut
Yesterday’s tomato, the first we’ve grown, was viciously plucked and joyfully consumed in a ham sandwich. Boy, did it taste nice. Shown here on a wooden chair arm – the new and the old (the chair being made some time around 1904, I think). (A 6-frame panorama, taken with a Minolta Rokkor 55mm f/1.7 […]
The first tomato is ready! Epic win. 🙂
Being Lifeboat Week in the village, it would be remiss of me not to post a photo of RNLI 16-21, the RNLB John Buchannan Barr, the lifeboat stationed at Portpatrick: