There is a always a strange feeling as the weeks are in the 40s. For me it's a very visible sign that the year is drawing down. Sometimes the weather has to take its time to catch up with the calendar but the numbers tell the story. It makes me want to do a lot of tidying up with my digital play, another kind of 'putting the garden to bed' which is something I rarely get to these days. Not much of a garden either. Oh well, priorities shift.
I also found that I mixed up some of the photos for week 41 and 42. At some point I'll need to go back and fix week 41 but lets's just say I'm not so keen to do that. But it is on my mind!
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- Wouldn't You Like These Right Now?
- Wordless Wednesday: London Blue Bug
- Travel With Me Tuesday: We Walk to the Thames
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- TBT: Who Are These People?
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- Travel With Me Tuesday: Sunday Pub Lunch
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