Another one of those unpredictable smartphone shots that turn out so well. I’m not normally in this area at that time, so it was doubly unexpected.
Here’s what happened when I took an unplanned walk to the village of Heptonstall from Hebden Bridge.
It started with this.
I thought, just because you can doesn’t mean you should–but I did it anyway. I saw how steep it was–but I did it anyway. I reckoned, if it gets too bad I’ll just turn back–but in the end I made it all the way to Heptonstall!
People I met on my way up did follow the instruction on the sign–honestly everyone was so dead nice!
I’ve not spent much time in the actual village, just enough to take some shots. My loss, probably, as there is a museum and also the poet Sylvia Plath is buried in the graveyard extension of the St Thomas the Apostle Church (but that I found out later by Googling, at home). I needed to preserve energy for the walk back!
It’s a very picturesque village as you can see.
Chicken at the Methodist church graveyard.
So that was trip to Hebden Bridge. A lot of it quite unexpected.
It seems like a long journey but you will get there. Just put one foot in front of the other.
You can do this.
David Guetta & Sia – Flames
Duck: “So how was your day?”
Spiderman: “Don’t even ask.”
For those who don’t know, Arya Stark is a character on Game of Thrones, one of the best ones and most popular ones, who is also a real badass. I won’t say any more to keep spoilers away.
On my way to work this morning I noticed it was looking a bit greener.
Don’t you even dare think about any golf, or there will be consequences.
Never miss a good sign.
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?
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?