The Race For Life took place near here over the summer, one of many across the country. It's a charity fundraiser for cancer research and women only. Many of the runners choose to wear message or mementos on their backs which show the names of the friends or family they are running for.
As its kickoff Sunday in the NFL, I've posted some snaps of the Merseyside Nighthawks winning visit to the Gateshead Senators this summer. Whilst not as keenly anticipated as tonight's Cowboys Jets game, it was a bruising encounter which the scouscers won. From my point of view, it was a bit odd to hear the … Continue reading Are You Ready For Some Football?
I was looking at some of the search engine terms produce hits on this blog and I came across three standout categories that seem to bring traffic my way. Bikini This one makes a lot of sense. The Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge Not sure why this one pops up so often. It is an iconic piece … Continue reading The Hits
This is Old Hartlepool. The name dates back to around 647 and means the place where hart come to drink. An ancient fishing village which reached its peak as a port around the year 1900 and went into decline after the Second World War, it give rise to West Hartlepool which eventually became bigger and … Continue reading Headland
This beast sits outside the Warwick Arts Centre and rotates, the top half at least. I notice on the picture above, there is a door so perhaps someone lives there. An interesting reflection of the cone through two windows with alternating panes of dark and light glass. At night, it lights up. I like the … Continue reading Warwick Arts Centre
Rainy Days lead to Rainy Nights. EOS5, Fujifilm.