November 3, 2012
Random slices of life
I wanted to post a picture on Facebook today, so I plugged my decrepit old phone in and sifted through my photos to find the one I wanted. I realised I often take photos on a whim, if something catches my attention, but then those photos just get stored on my phone and never see the light of day again. What a waste. So here, for no good reason whatsoever, is a selection of pictures from my phone. This is what I see, this is what I don’t walk past, this is what I want to share with you. Snapshots from my life, this last year. Make of them, and it, what you will 🙂
This was the breakfast I had in the hostel in Copenhagen, when I had to fly over a short notice for my uncle’s funeral. I’d forgotten breakfast could be this awesome.
This is a comment I left in a Huddersfield art gallery. All feedback is valuable, yes?
This is the kind of fun you can have in Ikea if you have sucker-brushes and a warped sense of mischief
This is the kind of inspiring comment you come across when you work for a charity that listens to children everyone else seems to have given up on.
See aforementioned comment about mischief – this time in Toys R Us
Two cakes, one fruit one coffee, en route to a friend-under-pressure at Cambridge Folk Festival
This is a face cut into a stone gatepost, which I walk past on the way back from the shops.
Is this the lamest Loveheart ever? Romance is truly dead.
To quote a famous teenage philosopher: Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you might miss it.