#365daysofbiking On reflections:
December 10th – Passing Silver Street and crossing the pedestrian bridge time for a quick, classic shot of the waterside.
I don’t know why but it’s hard with the Canon to get a shot here I’m happy with. It just doesn’t seem to like this view much.
This didn’t come out to bad though: The water was till, and the way the reflections taper to gather in the distance always fascinates me.
Brownhills really can be beautiful sometimes.
#365daysofbiking First Christmas:
December 8th – Busy with stuff for work, and moving this journal to a better, more secure host; but on a quick spin around a darkened town I noticed many of the residents of the new houses alone Silver Street and The Moorings now had Christmas lights up.
It must be a great feeling to light up your new home for the first Christmas there.
I welcome you all to Brownhills. Merry Christmas!
#365daysofbiking You’ve come a long way baby:
November 25th – A late, short, frantic test ride saw me crossing Clayhanger common by the Spot Path and just as I neared the Pier Street Bridge this view pulled me up short.
Just 18 months ago, I’d have been looking at an empty marketplace, forlorn, money, desolate.
Now look at it.
A change for the better that did much to cheer me up.