Just some random photos today, saved up on my iPhone, because you don't want to hear about me sitting at my desk all day yesterday. (And I don't particularly want to write about that!)
First, looking up at the new apartment buildings rising near the Thameslink rail lines. I always like the contrast between a brightly lit foreground and a dark sky.
Who's this guy?!
Yesterday I mentioned saving the chrysanthemums from someone's trash bag. Here are more discarded flowers that probably had more life in them -- some purple gladiolas. I didn't rescue them, though. Except by taking a picture, which is a sort of visual rescue, I suppose.
Remember how I recently mentioned the persistence of trash bags on the pavement outside apartment buildings? Well, this is one of our problem areas. As you can see, Olga is very interested. She loves a good trash bag.
The same street on a dark, wet morning. No trash bags but lots of dramatic shadows.
This is the lost & found in the Middle School where I work. What is up with kids and their water bottles? Why can't they hang onto them? From past experience I'm guessing most of these will wind up being donated or recycled.
This house is under renovation on the next street over. I was surprised how thoroughly it's been gutted -- you can see all the way through and out the back wall!
And finally, a graceful vapor trail in the sky on my walk home from work. Happy Saturday, everyone!