July was a rather mixed bag for pictures. It seemed to be rather wet at times, or if not actually raining, the sun was sometimes a little bit hard to find.
The sun was certainly out in force in Barcelona, where I was visiting friends at the beginning of the month.
This image [left] was taken around noon on Day #549. It was a close-run contender for the best image, but instead I went with the typically-Spanish Paella which we enjoyed for lunch.
There were several days during the month when I didn’t take many pictures. I enjoyed some geocaching trips but the scenery wasn’t always very picturesque.
The spiney picture [right] was a contender for Day #561 when Alistair & I went on a massive caching mission around Edney Common. I liked the lines and abstract quality of it.
I went with a bunch of Geek friends to visit Bletchley Park one Saturday. There was loads of old computer gear in the Museum of Computing – this rather colourful panel on an analogue computer took my fancy. It would have been pic of the day on Day #565 but that honour had to go to the mechanics of the Turing Bombe.
I was out geocaching again on Day #571, with the lovely Foxton, and of course he had to be the star of the day.
However, I did rather like this busy bee [above] which we found during our walk.
I had to take an evening trip up to London on Day #575 and passed St Thomas’ Hospital near London Bridge Station. This was a rather striking view of one of the buildings:
In the end, I went withe the colourful shot, but this b&w image was rather interesting.