I like to think that this mistle thrush happened upon an empty shower and decided to recreate seminal scenes from two Hitchcock films. I suspect that my friend's cats may have had a hand in this little late night booby trap though. Ps Bird identification may be wrong.
Playing with my phone macro. I think there's something quite uncomfortable about a larger than life eye staring at you. .
I'm having a stupidly busy time this week so please accept this musical interlude in lieu of photos. These gents are ace. I certainly appreciated it.
The first race in the international yacht series set off from the Mersey yesterday and the Mersey laid on a particularly stormy weather front for the occasion. That's 3 O'Clock in the afternoon, believe it or not.
Scenes from a horror film set in the near future, when the Fab Four march psychedelically towards world domination.
Five days since opening they're still queueing around the block for the polyester palace. Scrutinise the faces of the people exiting. Note any signs of joy.
The Walturdaw rising cinema screen at Liverpool Philharmonic accompanied by Wurlitzer. I'm refraining from organ jokes as they're showing old cartoons like The Magical Maestro for kids today but they do also raise it for classics and camp favourites. Part of the festival on Hope Street.
At the St Leger. Look closely, they are there.