Wednesday, 2 September 2009


On the way home from the second wedding, I briefly stopped to take a photo of these towerblocks as I thought they would suit a landscape in black and white.


Another weekend of weddings. Due to old advertising and word of mouth, nearly all my wedding bookings are still in Scotland so I went back up to spend my last night in our cottage in Dumfriesshire and Galloway. It was quite sad to see it so empty. The weddings were enjoyable at least.


It seems every city in Britain has a giant wheel now and Sheffield is no different. Recently I learned the one in York had been sold and moved. I wonder if this is the same one...


The Hillsborough Barracks have been converted into a Morrisons supermarket which seems a bit of a waste of a fantastic building. Still, at least the trolley signs are in keeping.


We even have a cellar in our new place. Perfect for locking the cats or Sandra in when they've been bad.


While exploring our new house I took a photo of the top of the boiler. I just thought it looked like a face...


It seems I was up and down like a yo-yo as the following day I was back up in Dumfries. This bed was a nightmare to put up when we got it. Sandra and I were both heartily cursing it for a good couple of hours. Taking it down at least was pretty easy.