This photoblog was started in December 2008, But tomorrow, the 28th February this blog will be one year old in its wordpress home. Prior to this, this photoblog was here.
Just thought I’ll put in a post to mark the anniversary.
The photo is of the bloke in a waffle shop near the South Kensington station, London – who happily agreed to be photographed!
Have a great week!
London was absolutely miserable the whole of last week! At least it didn’t snow over the weekend. As I type this it is -3 degrees Celsius in London. The whole of last week snowed and it was apparently the worst November in at least 60 years, and the past tense of ‘snow’ is not ‘snew’.
I have been in this country for 4 years now and this November has been absolutely brutal! I remember going on site visits to open lands in Hounslow, London last November wearing just a shirt and a jumper. I was fully covered the last few days when I used to go out. I am generally resistant to the cold in London having spent most of my time in Newcastle which is arguably the coldest part in England, however I found London very cold this winter – God protect the poor buggers in Newcastle!
Here are a few pictures I took when my hands were so cold that they were burning! Yes, a sensation felt only by those who have lived in extreme winters. By ‘extreme’ I mean cold European winters, not the ones at the poles. Poles meaning, north and south – just in case.
Not the best photographs, but I like to use my blog as a sort of palimpsest where I record information for my own reminiscence later on. Hope you find them interesting too!
Outside my room window on 30.11. 2010. The roads are usually deserted, but the main roads may have been blocked due to the weather – hence the traffic
At the park near my house.
That’s me going back to my childhood. Three ways I can die :
1. Of hypothermia.
2. The weather beaten rope loosing tension and tearing and my head hitting the rock solid ice at least five feet below.
3. The three trunks converging at a point and plunging me to my death, it’s mathematically impossible that the trunks itself will hit me though.
Of course I didn’t die. Yet.
Oh, Graeme Swann just wrapped up the Australians in Adelaide and England lead the Ashes 1-0.
It’s a bit too late to blog about Ramadan given that we are into the final tenth already! I came across some of these absolutely stunning photographs and I thought I’ll share them with you.
The whole set of pictures are of amazing quality and I loved the intricacy and attention to detail in every single one of them, it only made me envious of the skill of the photographer of each picture!
In addition to conveying a very informative message through the pictures, they also give a very deep insight into how Ramadan is celebrated around the world.
The pictures can be seen here.
These photos were first tweeted by Halik.
Incidentally, this also happens to be my one hundredth post!
Have a great weekend!
Picture of some good friends of mine from work, on top of Carfax tower in Oxford. Please read related full post here.