A damp dog walk down to the river to see what "Some minor flooding possible" looks like. Ripples on the path as the river overtops the bank and spills into the meadows.
Charity Christmas cards of local Wallingford churches, what could be simpler? Life turns out to be more complicated than you think. But it transpires that folding and packing can be very therapeutic.
F, wave dodging at New Milton.
Drive carbon neutral. That's all right then. Thanks Shell.
Graffiti, Snowden, E, opposite Amazon's engineering home in London.
A wall of willow greats you as you enter Little Wittenham Wood, heading for Neptune.
Be careful of the algae.
There'll be a forest here one day. 10,000 oak trees planted to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar.
It's cranking up this year. F has some opinions.
The satisfaction when everything runs smoothly, the soft click of an efficient free-wheel, the gentle clunk of a precise gear-change, the silent instant reduction in velocity as perfectly aligned break-pads bite.
The frustration when none of that happens.
Pip came north to stay while his owners were busy painting.
Ewok was very happy. He spent the week in his chair.
And then returned to the sofa.
The best reflection in Wallingford.