My almost 4 year old niece.
These were taken 2 weekends ago; i took so many and it has taken me this long to decide which ones i love the most to post!
My absolute favourite and Kite Adventures; coming soon...
Step One: Get tomato plants.
Step Two: Watch flowers bloom.
Step Three: Watch tomatoes appear!
The first photo was taken about a month ago, but would you believe that tiny plant in the middle is now the tallest!
I'm posting a quick one because i feel that i need to.
There are so many things i enjoy doing with my time, but lately i have had a distinct lack of time.
Due to recent unwanted overtime at work i have found myself:
- Without a camera in my hand much much more than is comfortable.
- Falling ridiculously far behind in both the Focus group here and in my OU digital photography course.
- Not at the allotment as much as i would like, though yesterday while getting sunburnt i finally began turning over and digging up roots in the area where our first raised beds will go.
- With very little energy or motivation. I hate this the most as it simply perpetuates my inability to do things.
BUT i have suddenly found myself in a cheery mood this afternoon (thanks to music and a mental & physical clear up). This will hopefully be prolonged by a week off work.
Also, i hate the weather. It may look nice, but it is completely impractical.
The last in my J B Spray building series. These are just my favourite photos.
The living room-type area on the 1st floor of the J B Spray building; fisheye style, of course.
The blue walls between the pillars are plaster board, with smaller rooms behind.
The third photo shows your typical squat's coffee table with essential supplies; nuts, chocolate, hummus, water and tobacco.
The top floor. Completely covered in pigeon poop with many stray pigeons flying about.
The windows that unfortunately have been graffitied on & the balcony just beyond (that i did not venture out on to during this visit).
Through the window i took a rainy photo of the view the top floor offers of Nottingham.
The stairs upto the 5th and final floor. These were very creaky. I was prepared for that fact that i may have fallen through, but thankfully i didn't!
The windows & stairs as i climbed up to the 4th floor. This is where the stiarcase towers end, but not the building...
I daren't veture far onto the 4th floor; there are far too many damp patches on the roof and floor.