On my way to work this morning I noticed it was looking a bit greener.
Last Friday (3rd May), Piccadilly Gardens, an area in Manchester city centre, got evacuated due to a suspicious package. The police and bomb disposal squad were called, did their thing, the device was not viable, nothing bad happened and the culprit was arrested. So what has this got to do with pigeons?
I went out on my lunch break to see what Piccadilly Gardens looked like when it was empty. It was empty of people, but not of all living creatures, as you can see on these shots.
This wasn’t more than half an hour after the evacuation. It’s amazing how fast they took over once people were gone. But that is more of a topic for my Gloomscapes series.
Mostly because I couldn’t think of any.
One of my better sunsets.
The reason why I take so many pictures from my window is that I’m lucky to have such a good view. No buildings in the way and when the weather’s clear, I can even see the Yorkshire hills in the distance.
Don’t you even dare think about any golf, or there will be consequences.
Never miss a good sign.
It’s not my favourite colour by a mile, in fact it has always been among my least favourites. So, what’s the reason for this photoshoot then?
I wish I could tell you. The inspiration just came one day and that was it. Here is the result of that:
Also, this is what I meant at the end of my Tulip Petals post.
There is not one, but two crucial, life-or-death events taking place this April. The first one is the final season of Game of Thrones. The second one is:
The bus knows it. The Disney store window knows it (but of course, it would… since it sells the merch… there goes my argument.)
Who’s going to see it and how much are you excited for Avengers Endgame?
I went for a walk on Easter Monday afternoon and came back with some nice pics. Like this one. I liked it so much I wanted to share it with you.
They were growing from the crack between someone’s house and the pavement. You don’t always have to travel miles away to gardens or woods to get some nice flora shots. I often joke that while other bloggers post about their amazing adventures in far-away, exciting places, I take pictures of trees from my window.
But then, why not? What if you can find beauty in the same space you live and work every day?
It’s really just chocolate eggs, because…
Well, it’s chocolate eggs!
I like Easter because it means a 4-day weekend and the weather usually picks up. So it’s not all chocolate eggs, but you know, it’s a nice bonus.
It’s in Sackville Gardens, a small park bordering Canal Street, aka the area in Manchester commonly known as Gay Village.
Alan Turing was a brilliant computer scientist and mathematician, who worked on first computers at the University of Manchester and during WW2 was part of a team at Bletchley Park, working for the Government Code and Cypher School, cracking Germany’s military codes. Unfortunately he was not treated very well and was prosecuted because of his sexuality. He was granted a posthumous pardon in 2013.
Essentially, Alan Turing is the godfather of all modern computers.
Guess what’s back.
Power resides where men believe it resides. It’s a trick, a shadow on the wall. And a very small man can cast a very large shadow.Varys, Game of thrones s2 e3
These are just some of my Game of Thrones goodies.
Are you also a fan? Who is your favourite character? How do you think it will end? How high is your hype?