Today’s been another one where I’ve spent most of it getting corns on my bum as I’ve been glued to a computer screen, scribbling words and editing pictures. My stop-count has gone to pot these past couple of weeks but I’m looking forward to putting that right next week once I’ve got the work I need to do out of the way. The weather’s not exactly been conducive to venturing far anyway so earning the ‘ackers to pay bills has been more important than swanning around the country.
Although the swanning will hopefully produce some interesting blogs soon…
Meanwhile, here’s today’s picture of the day, which is rather appropriate for the weather conditions. I took it at Seathwaite in the Lake District in June 2002. I was there on a short break with friends that was rather handy as I had a ‘shot list’ of locations for a forthcoming Lonely Planet guidebook to England. The first they’d ever done if I remember correctly. This picture was featured in the guidebook as Seathwaite is officially the wettest place in England – and this picture illustrates that fact perfectly.
Those of you who’re regular readers of this blog will recognise the picture as I use it as my header on the front page. I suppose it’s time to change it now I’ve given it away, isn’t it?
I’ve a favour to ask…
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