Not enough water yesterday followed by three rather hefty glasses of cheap, French wine has left me in an uncomfortable state this morning. Not a hangover per se, but definitely the feeling that the inside of my skull is lined with gravel and it’s pressing into my soft brain without mercy. I should be fine after the liquids resuscitate my cells, but for now I’m whining to you. Whining about wine. heh heh. That wasn’t even worth typing… 😉
I tackled some tricky CSS work yesterday, but by the time I had, the wine was mostly consumed and I was tired. Before it becomes just another day of photos that I neglect to post, I present a few shots from earlier in the week. Neil had some business meetings in London, so I tagged along toting a Sony DSC-F707. I’m getting more confident with that hulking camera, (it’s huge compared to my Sony DSC-P41), and though it’s not discreet, it’s a lovely camera to work with.
Near Marble Arch there’s a large construction project underway with the most gloriously attractive cranes in operation. The skies were full of fluffy cotton clouds and the lighting was unusually cooperative. I didn’t really do ‘tourist’ photos since we weren’t really there for the attractions and partly because of how struck I was by the industrial beauty of the area around me. I’ll put a fuller set of photos from the day on my dotmac* page,
which is listed in the right hand side bar under “More of Me.” In the meantime, enjoy this taste… (mouseover for descriptions; click to enlarge)
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