It's another day for random photos, because, once again, I don't have much to write. (Consider yourselves lucky!)
I found these eggshell remnants on Hampstead Heath while walking Olga a few weeks ago. I hope this little robin -- I think it's a robin -- hatched, as opposed to being consumed.
(On a related note, I saw a brand-new robin flying in our garden on Saturday. It had little stubby wings and a little stubby tail, but it managed to stay airborne so I think its most dangerous days are probably behind it!)
This random pile of shoes has been lying near the high street for weeks. In fact, I think a few more shoes have been added to the pile since I took this picture. Why is there only one of each?
And this snazzy pair was abandoned on a bench on Finchley Road yesterday morning -- free to any takers, I suppose. They look a little worn out but they're cool. (No, I did not take them.)
Here's Olga on her morning walk, with a puddle reflecting the bright spring sun...
...and here she is with the cow parsley now blooming on the street where we live. This is the same kind of plant we're putting in the wildflower area in our back garden, and it's supposed to self-seed. It must be about four feet tall.
Found on the sidewalk on Abbey Road. Any ideas?
And I found this stuck to a post in East London. I tried to Google it, to find out if there's a backstory behind the image, and I came up only with a birthday card collage made by a woman who included the same wanted poster -- she "printed it off" from somewhere. But I guess the dude and "The Carlton Gang" are fictional...?
This new and very far-out shop recently opened in our neighborhood. I love this picture because Olga looks like she's laughing hysterically. (She was actually in mid-yawn.)