There are no words, well none that I can think of that even comes close to offering some consolation to the people of Paris and the rest of France. The world seems such a different place to the world in which I grew up.
This is another photo challenge, this time the title is Victory and I’ve been digging through my archives to see what could possibly fit the bill. I came across this statue which is outside West Ham’s football ground, Upton Park in East London. The sculpture is a recreation of that famous scene back in July, 1966 when the England football team won the World Cup.
I have a problem here at home. A storage problem that always seems to rear its ugly head as we approach the festive period. It all started many years ago, probably over 30 years ago!!
I wouldn’t advise anyone to try and emulate this trick. Not only is it difficult squeezing your head through the neck of the jar, it’s also incredibly hot inside.
I’m taking part in this weeks Photo Rehab Cover Makeover which is run by Musings of a Frequent Flying Scientist and Lucile de Goday. I took part for the first time only last week
Can you imagine what employment celebrities would have if they had never been successful in their chosen professions?
In London they have the world famous Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral etc, etc. Up here in Birmingham, we’ve gone a long way to improve the city over the last couple of decades,
I was out strolling with my camera during the summer, in a part of England I’m not aloud to tell you where because of secrecy. I know, all that bull!
Hot chocolate, no not the well known band from the 70’s, but the drink. I’ve always been an avid tea drinker, always will be, together with the odd bottle of Still Scottish water. Just lately though, and it’s always on a Saturday afternoon when we usually visit Solihull town centre and meet with our family,
This is just a short post, but it’s something I still think about today. When I was growing up many years ago and my folks were still on earth, my mother would often ask me questions that would leave me entirely perplexed.