OCOLOY Week 25

I honestly don't have all that much to say this week. Here's some photos. fairground swing ride gate bolt Tabbster on the shed aircraft wing Dinky's garden tree-lined road Bungay castle Mystère mouth »

OCOLOY Week 20

This week is a bit of an odd one out, for two reasons. First of all, some of these pictures are shot with my X100, which right away goes against the 'one camera, one lens' idea. I was checking to ensure it still worked properly since I was sending it to my brother, so I took it out on Saturday when Zoe and I went into Lowestoft town centre. I'd forgotten how ... not great that camera's EVF is – dim and grainy, even compared to the XE-1's merely ok one. It was enough to make me prefer the optical viewfinder, which »


There are clearly not enough pictures of cats on the internet so this week I took some more. flag texture shed roof coin jar ornate shadow The Junction playground wobbler dry flower buds »

Holiday in Malta: Day 6

Posts in this series: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Even though it's not really a fishing village, lots of people in Birżebbuġa own boats. The town is pretty small and quiet, so if you're after somewhere like that, I'd recommend it for a holiday. From around the start of April, the weather starts getting comfortably warm; before that it can be quite cold even when the sky is cloudless. As mentioned in the previous post, today's destination is Rabat. I'd been told that it was originally the capital of »

Holiday in Malta: Day 5

Posts in this series: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 The weather forcast for today was not promising, but fortunately it wasn't accurate either – the sun was out and the wind was pretty mild, so all in all the temperature was quite pleasant. The landlord of my parents' flat works at the Għar Dalam caves and he'd arranged to get us in for free, but since the caves don't open until 10:30 we went to have breakfast at the local café in Birżebbuġa. I didn't get much, so once »