The truth is I am so tired. As you may have worked out, I work 4 on 4 off shifts, each day being 7am to 630pm. All the early 550am stars rather gets to you, as well as the 5km cycle I have to make to get there.
It was a freezing slog yesterday morning, subzero, riding into a biting wind.
So despite the fact I was full of plans today for some nice long walking and photography, it never came about. When I did get up, I just headed into town, looking for curios to photograph, and generally enjoying walking in the cold.
The biggest oddity I found I was sadly unable to photograph with the necessary discretion. It was a man outside his little terraced cottage near Morrisons, splitting sticks with an axe while wearing what it appeared to be a "Spot the Dog" onesie, complete with ears and tail.
I would love to have a wooden stove to heat my flat, but I draw the line at dressing as a dog.
All text and images copyright CreamCrackeredNature 22.11.15
|The cotoneasters on the park are rather short of berries this year|
|Carrion crow protecting the sheltered accomadation|
|Metal bird on the windowsill|
|Metal birds having a drink!|
|There's a cat in this window!|
|Whatever this metal bit of roof is, it appears to belong to James Newell|
|St Mary's Church is a controlled zone, apparently|
|I love this little spike on the church porch|
|Victorious woodpigeon after battle with previous lamp-post occupier|
|The lights are going up|
|Church through the light|
|Miniature violin making studio|
|A rather Cronenberg nest box|
|Spot the cannon hole in the church spire!|