This week’s photos are pretty much a run down of the local weather, because I know how much the internet cares about whether it’s raining over at my neck of the woods. Because it was raining. A heck of a lot.
This week was a big improvement over last week, work wasn’t quite so annoying, my mood wasn’t quite so far in the toilet and the weather was still shit, but you can’t have everything now, can you? I grabbed a couple of good Kindle bargains, I chilled with Chopster and I ate some damn good pizza. It was a good week.
On to the weather. I mean photos.
This afternoon I had a dermatology appointment in the centre of town and since I still need my handholding at the doctors, we both left work after lunch. On the way back I spotted this guy swimming about need the sports centre so I stopped to get a photo. Cue me trying to get close on one side and him moving to the other, me going to the other side and him moving back. After letting out a bit of a “Nooo, come back Mr. Mallard”, I made do with this photo instead.
The sun was out (a little bit) so we went on our first proper bike ride! I got a few photos from our ride, so I’m a bit spoilt for choice on which one to use, but I’m going with the heron in flight. I’m pretty pleased with this photo.
We had the craziest of weather today! There was glorious sunshine, hailstones, torrential rain and even some snow! Snow! In April! Crazy. To remember this turbulent day of weather, here’s a photo of the sky (when it was nice and blue) with a beautiful blossoming tree too. Oh and a sofa ad.
There’s one street just before I get home that has all these pieces of art on the houses, there’s flowers, turtles, dogs and some creepy childrens’ faces, but we don’t care about that, we care about flowers.
Another very, very wet day. On todays cycle home we were pelted in the face with hailstones for half the ride and then froze to death for the rest. Nice one Belgium.
Another weather appreciation photo. I do love me some weather, apparently. We’d opted to take the bus to work today given the torrential rain for most of the morning and afternoon, the sun did grace us with it’s presence whilst we waiting for the bus home though. I can never resist a good old green and blue photo.
There is no shortage of blossoming trees around us at the minute, so I’m taking every opportunity to include them in this little project or share them on Instragram. I promise, it will stop eventually, when they are all dead and gone.
That’s all for this week! Next week, I start my holidays, although not until the last day of the Project 365 week, so pretend I never actually said that. The week after the next week, that’s holiday time and the photos (I hope) will include a little less weather and a little more adventure.