Sunday, July 14, 2013

Swans and Summer

It's been a bit quiet here lately. Firstly I was very busy, then I was on holiday. Now I am on the farm for the summer, with time to share my ramblings, musings, rantings and occasional incisive and aethetically interesting thoughts with this blog and any reader who happens by.
I have ideas. Oh, yes. I have ideas. There will be stuff here. I hope it will be worth reading.

I would write about the Test match we have just won, but my pulse has not slowed sufficiently to think clearly about the game. Meanwhile, I offer you a cygnet and its mother on the river in my old home town, whence I came a day or two ago. I always carry the camera, and sometimes I surprise myself.

3 comments:

James Higham said...

I'll put the cygnet next to the boat I posted and that is idyllic.

Brett Hetherington said...

It was a great game of cricket and suggests that this series should be a close one. I hope so, at least. If it´s as tight as 2005 I will be very entertained. Cricket is a sport that kept me mentally and physically sustained when I was a kid and it still stimulates me even now - the tactics, suspense, skill and satisfaction it can bring.

CIngram said...

James

Serendipitous, even

Brett H

It's going to be a great series. I wish I could still play myself, but down here cricket is only played on the dartboard (really, they have championships).