I have been working on and off for over a year with my daughter making this video and we finally got it finished. So here it is for you to enjoy.
I was reading this and another couple of posters when an older Glasgow guy stopped and said, ‘Whit’s this all about?”. I explained to him about ‘guerrilla’ leaflets, posters to highlight subjects to the general public that are not covered by the mainstream media etc. He looked at me as if to say, ‘Whit!”, followed by, “I’ll tell you, it is the government’s fault!”
I recently took some photos that where inspired by the shapes if the structures in them. It got me wondering what they would be like if you stripped back the detail to concentrate more on the shapes. So I started messing about in Photoshop and these are the results.
Cycling: 1,081km of 7,500km (230km behind pace)
Running: 97km of 600km (7km behind pace)
The second wettest February since records began, many storms, and booking the bike in for a service have all meant that I’m falling behind my cycling target.
Totals for all activities this year.
I have exported my training from Strava so I can start creating more detailed statistics. Here is a chart of February’s cycling distance accumulation in red. January’s is in grey. Mid-January I was busy with work, and the second half of February had stormy, wet weather.
What was that feeling in his belly
walking past the old place of work
seeing people do what he used to do?
He paused momentarily
to take in the familiar scene
then hurried on towards the bus stop.
Sitting on the bus
he felt a cold draft.
He didn’t move to another seat.
Apply a filter to a photography
A piece of writing
Post on Slippery each week
Gary to send out the headings for our next conversation