Actually, don't. Not in November. I mean, people were, but that's just crazy behaviour.
Cambridge is built on marshland. All the green spaces are damp, boggy and muddy. I have broken so many photography rules in these that it's a wonder I'm allowed to remain on the internet. Lens flare, shooting in the the sun - blah blah blah. I don't care. I like them - they show just... Continue Reading →
It's a long time since I was at university, and all the students look like children. Apparently, they all have bikes, or several bikes each, in fact.
We have a little annual pilgrimage to Cambridge for my husband's birthday. November might be one of the worst times of the year to go to Cambridge. It's so cold - the wind howls off the fens and straight into your face. Nevertheless, it's a beautiful town.
It does, of course, have trees. But these don't count as trees because I didn't take them in Richmond Park, or indeed, anywhere in London.
The Edinburgh Botanic Gardens are great - not only are the lovely in themselves, but they afford some very pretty views of the city. It was a very strange sky that day, with a hazy, weak, sun.
These were the other OK ones from my Edinburgh trip. They were just setting up the Xmas stuff (in mid-November, obvs).