Friday, January 15, 2021
Random Photo Friday
I think I'm going to work from home today, since there's nothing for me to do in the library. I have a report on database usage that I need to compile so that will probably be my task.
Meanwhile, here are some random photos from my trusty iPhone that I've accumulated over the past several weeks!
Above, you may remember a photo of this scene that I took last October. I ran it through my Waterlogue app and this was the result. It makes a nice "painting," doesn't it?
This is the newest creation by an eccentric individual living near school who already has a giant spider in his or her garden. Is it a frog? Why does it only have one back leg?
Stencils on the sidewalk near school.
Also on the sidewalk -- someone's discarded school notebook. Which makes me wonder -- do kids need the same school supplies when they're doing distance learning?
An image from a grave marker in the cemetery. Someone must have been an equestrian.
I saw this cheerful, cartoony van on my walk home one day. Fortunately, Olga is not the kind of dog who needs a groomer. As we've discussed, she just needs a quick rinse now and then and she's good to go.
This poster has been hanging in the window of a shop near the high street for ages. The event it's advertising took place in November 2015!
Someone spray-painted the word "LOVE" in several places on the sidewalk along the high street. This is in front of the George Michael ceramics shop.
This was propped against the wall at the tube station. I haven't the foggiest idea what it means. It looks like a piece of a countertop?
And finally, over Christmas, someone strung white lights through the plants on the windowsill in the library. The funny thing is, none of the librarians know who did it -- but we all agreed it looked nice! And then, after the holidays, whoever put them up took them down. It's a mystery.