The gateway to the castle at Castle Meadows.
Every year the pigeons come back to the Yew tree to nest. We're wondering if it is the same pigeons...
This year two little ones. And yes, that nest is a precarious as it looks.
…just as the working day was ending. Run (regressed two weeks!) then a dog walk with Finn (before he beat me, twice, at CoD).
Ready for the first day. What you don't see is the playlist. But you might have guessed from the lockdown project. Or maybe not.
Here's a late entry for National Meadows Day (which was on Saturday): a dusky damp view of the front garden meadow.
It's come on a long way since the spring.
…I'm reading How to Make Coffee. You'd have thought that by now I'd have figured that out.
A long time ago we met a couple (in Matt's in the Market) who did this strange thing of taking a picture of themselves while holding the camera at arm's length facing the wrong way. We thought them most odd. How times change.
End of something, before the start of something else. One more benefit of working from the garden during a lockdown  is that a catch-up coffee has two views, one this end, one that end.
For some reason, the team thought a bike related theme was appropriate... I really must have been a bit of a bike bore. Maybe it was all the T-shirts ;)