Here’s one from the Ceefaux twitter account, ideal for a QP this evening after a lovely walk on the beach and a kudu goulash (not a euphemism) at a trendy spot on the False Bay Riviera.
Plenty more where that came from via the link above. IYKYK.
As for me: 20,000+ steps today, and some tired legs after football last night.
Bedtime can’t come quickly enough.
Maximum effort and passion from everyone concerned in the SA v Saudi Arabia Dodgeball tournament this weekend. And a huge win for the local U21 boys in their 5 match series.
I’ve been watching and ‘togging.
It’s a fairly straightforward game, usually somewhat controlled and end to end with waves of attacks, but every so often there will be a few seconds of absolute chaos.
Like what’s happening in that photo above. I love the way that it’s all so still and calm in the image, but you can still absolutely feel the power, urgency and action.
Leafing back through previous blog posts, I suddenly found myself dipping into my Brian Micklethwait archive. It’s been almost two years since Brian died, and even longer than that since our missed connection in London, pre-Covid.
But I did think of him on my recent visit there, and very deliberately took this very Micklethwaitian image as I was crossing the Golden Jubilee Bridge on that Sunday morning.
It has all the elements: iconic London, bridges, several (or more) Big Things and so many cranes.
I think he would have liked it.
And it’s a Quota Photo as well. Perfect.
Not much more to add, really.
Out of time again. It’s becoming a theme. Busy times.
Talking of themes, two cartoons spotted inside a couple of days. Begging to be posted together…
Blowing a gale outside. Actually quite glad we canned the ferry trip for tomorrow.