Just to prove we have a sunny lunch hour! Here is “The Smoke” trying to get into his lunch bucket which he always moans is too small!
So January has come and the rain with a vengeance. The water meadows are water-logged as they should be and it is wet dog time too. We hear of a hard winter arriving in the USA so it is only a matter of a couple of weeks and it will be on us too.
Summer is long gone but I found this picture of a French visitor from last August. As our summers get hotter due to climate change, we are attracting more and more hot (and cold) weather visitors.
I hope you like Mike’s work. This one is at the top of the steps into St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square. It is amazingly simple and was commissioned for the Millenium in 2000. “And the word was made flesh and dwelt among us” St. John 1, 1:14
I think we should all have an idea where we would like to be in 10 years time I too hope it happens in 2, great stuff and Good luck Jo, I think quite a lot of us have the same aim. Have a look at http://www.crazygoals.co.uk/main.aspx?pg=featuredgoal.aspx@@@IDGoal=66779
We English talk about the weather, that’s because we have an awful lot of it.My son is doing “Photography” and here is something he found in the pony’s field. We had a furniture industry in the 18th and 19th century here so there are lots of Wall nut trees around still.
Success at last. Here’s one to finish off this theme. “A hot summer gone”.
I must go and feed the four legged. Suger beet, care mix, herbal wormer hay and water um um!
Here is Chris’ blog, well worth a visit and the Sculpture web site is not just very useful but facinating. http://mountshang.blogspot.com/
I owe this blog to Chris Miller from Chicago USA. I recommend that you visit his blog and website one day. Well there’s a cool guy in a very hot place doing a very good job. See here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/core/Content/displayPrintable.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/09/25/wjuba25.xml&site=5&page=0 I am a keen supporter of English sculpture especially those who seem to have faded into […]