Friday, March 31, 2017
A Pizza Boy and a Lime Lamborghini
Another series of photos from my iPhone, captured during recent urban wandering...
First, a scarily out-of-register boy on the cover of a discarded pizza box.
As I predicted, the brave hellebore that managed to grow in an asphalt crack did not survive the recent repaving of the sidewalks on our street. Here it was just before it got cut down. On the bright side, the workers mysteriously left one leaf and a nub of stem peeping above the new pavement -- so maybe it will regrow again?
Also sidewalk volunteers, these two primroses are growing on another neighborhood street. (Happily, not in imminent danger of being cut down. As far as I know.)
A modern car with a '50s sense of humor.
The craziest color for a Lamborghini I've seen yet! (Not that I see many Lamborghinis in my daily life.)
More evidence of the sidewalk repaving project on our street.
Tulips and hyacinths growing on a council estate where I walk Olga almost every morning.
At school: "Any bags left in this area will be removed." Clearly no one takes that sign seriously!
And finally, a pub I often pass on my walks home. This place is very hard to photograph because of heavy traffic and the way the street is built. This iPhone shot is the best I've been able to do!