#365daysofbiking Fruitless endeavours:
December 3rd – Spotted in the rain from the canal at Bentley Bridge: Ripe, delicious-looking eating apples rotting off the branches of the tree that fruited them, which is on a piece of edge land between two factory yards on the far side of the canal, both sites derelict.
The tree and the ground out stands on appears unreachable to all except maybe those in a canoe or boat.
Which is a shame, as I bet the crop is lovely.
#365daysofbiking Wet stone:
November 27th – Returning home just as the rain stopped, the streets and buildings of Walsall glistened beautifully in the soft evening light.
Leicester Street always makes for a fine night photo but when wet, even better.
This area is not just the beurocratic heart of Walsall with it’s Town Hall, Council House and Civic Centre, but also the centre of the night-time economy too, with large pubs that seemed quiet tonight.
And, despite the total absences of any Christmas decorations, it felt rather, dare I say it – Christmassy.
#365daysofbiking Hard work:
November 9th – Heavy rain to and from work. High winds. Awful traffic.
This is the only image of the day, taken from the bike computer on the way home.
Never was the battle of a ride summed up better.