Still in training! I’m afraid most of the editing I’ve done in the past involves a Red Pen of Doom rather than fiddling with curves and such. Although it turns out I like my caps very exposed and very saturated. ;)
Gentle reminder of the loveliness of this scene. (And of two very excellent profiles.)
When they invented the bike for the first time, they had no idea that a time will come when it will have all these benefits, otherwise its price would have been too high to afford! — Here is my new infographic on the “Benefits Of Bike Riding”…
➤ Runs on Fat Not Fuel
➤ Reduces Stress
➤ Reduces Risk of Diabetes
➤ Reduces Risk of Blood Pressure
➤ Increases Muscle Tone
➤ Gives You Legs of Steel
➤ Helps You See The World Differently
➤ Unlimited Free Parking
➤ Faster & Easier Than Walking
➤ Zero Emission
➤ No Noise Pollution
➤ It Feels Like Flying
➤ It Carries Your Goodies Home
➤ Whizzes Past Traffic Jams
➤ Puts A Big Fat Smile on Your Face
➤ Bye Bye Spare Tire
➤ Reduces Roadkill & Saves Animals
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turnadette said: That’s what I thought! Tbh I’m not sure Miranda should’ve been nominated as - brilliant though she is - was missing for half the series.
THATS EXACTLY WHAT I SAID! i mean i love her and all and that last episode was…
Just remember that you can actually vote on/in the matter/this thing. Should you want to.Source: lovecannotbespokenonlyshown
Summer holiday with the Turners. (I don’t think I’ll be having a summer break this year, so a girl can daydream.)
Let’s say… Timothy and Shelagh are in the garden, investigating butterflies.
Let’s say… Timothy, clever lad that he is, remarks that the last time they looked at butterflies, neither the butterfly nor Shelagh were well, and casually adds, by way of conversation, how glad he is that she recovered.
Let say… Shelagh then can’t do anything but spend a good minute smiling fondly at the boy.
Then, the whole gang formerly of Nonnatus house, and various consorts, make their presence known through a chorus of bicycle bells and scooter horns. There are somehow enough paper straws to go around, but a couple of marmalade jars are employed where glasses are lacking.
Shelagh brings out some snacks, and Patrick fetches a new toy he came across at a fair, a Diana camera. It is really just a toy, all plastic, but it does work, he says. My colleague in radiology looked at a negative, and said that it leaked light, but the overall effect is like a dream. (We would discuss it as lomography.)
And now, I think we have impinged on their festivities enough, so let’s let the gang get on with it…
Wonderful photographs by Anna Larsson.