Storm Francis at the Solent
World Photography Day
It’s been raining all day and Karen has been sorting out some old stuff to take to the charity shop. I spotted these tealights to play about with.
This was supposed to be a Portsmouth related photo – but not this week.
I felt a bit like this today.
Nicer weather but Covid 19 interferes everywhere
Relentless heat in Beckenham
40c in our kitchen. Too much for me.
Butterflies and fag-butts at webuyanycar
LX55 ZCT: one owner, 15 years old, 53000 workhorse miles that have taken kids to school, university and holidays, as well as done the weekly shop. Where next?
“Ah Mr Mansell, come in and sit down please…”
Footsteps toward the George, Beckenham
This photo is of a photo from 2014 of my dear old mum just as I remember her: cooking chips on the stove. She passed away on August 4 of that year aged 86.
The FA Cup
Beckenham High Street
When is this nightmare going to end? 😦 Almost every aspect of life is now governed by this horrid contagion.
A sunny Hotwalls, Old Portsmouth
Do you know if it’s genuine?
I’m always a little nervous when items ordered over the internet are packaged to suggest they are aimed at other counties. These toothpaste tubes suggest Poland is where they were produced or destined, but who knows whether they are genuine or not?
Daily life gets back to a sort of normal at Haks Barbers, the Old Fire Station, Beckenham High Street
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