It’s been raining and the molluscs are on the move, charging up the garden path, swarming up stalks and flinging themselves acrobatically from leaf to leaf as they circle in on Sketching Weakly’s prize Campanula Pendula. Which is now a sad-looking stalk.
The flies have been busy too.
Snails seem to really love tree climbing.
Sketching Weakly couldn’t help but admire this pie cycling shirt while at large near Exmoor.Here is Tony in a shady gazebo scanning for bird life.
Here’s a bit of the Shady Gazebo. But technically speaking it is probably a Bower.A small gathering in the Shady Bower.
…in the carriage where the air-conditioning was broken and the designer hadn’t thought to include any blinds. Trying to draw the reflection of the man in front, he became a hallucinatingly large apparition.
So had a go at some (largely imaginary) trees seen from the window. The train helpfully stopped quite often due to signalling problems near Hayes and Harlington.