It's Wednesday and I have nothing to say that doesn't involve a school library, so....how about a mid-November edition of randomly collected iPhone photos?
First, a rather mossy house number snapped on the way to Hampstead Heath. Moss grows like crazy at this damp time of year, but it looks kind of nice, too.
This is an Aston Martin, and as such is probably way too expensive to leave sitting out on the street collecting leaves.
A rather bizarre shelving unit left outside our local cafe, presumably for disposal. It bears the logo of a brand of pesto...
...in a kind of funky '70s font.
Some rocks decorating a doorway in Hampstead. If it were my doorway I'd be tripping over them, which wouldn't make me smile.
Chrysanthemums at the cemetery -- much more colorful than that sorry one we had at our front door.
Food for thought from Calais, where there are camps of African and Middle Eastern migrants waiting to cross into the UK from Europe. When I lived in Morocco in the early '90s, I used to hear similar thoughts from some of my Moroccan friends. My American roommate and I had a cat, and as she prepared to take it back to the States at the end of our two-year Peace Corps term, the Moroccans expressed amazement that the cat could easily travel to America but they couldn't.
And finally, some kind of stiff plastic net packaging, standing on the sidewalk like a modern sculpture.