Gorgeous photo. Thanks.Greetings from London.
Welcome to Omnium!The photo was easily done, as unlike you I was neither cycling nor running.Your first name let me think of Leonardo Padura's protagonist Mario Conde. Good luck with your writing.
A delightfully impressionistic impression achieved by the genius of not trying to be a genius and just pushing a button. By the way I have visited the Cuban Londoner's blog several times, or London's Cuban blog. Always interesting.
Ha ha, thanks a lot for producing a huge smile.I have sporadically visited his site, too, and like you found quite a few of his thoughts remarkable.
Raindrops on windows are always a delight :-)
[...] while sitting dry and warm, enjoying a conversation, a book, wonderful music, or just listening to what happens "outside".
Hopefully you were not reading a book while taking a photo while driving a car though...
Or maybe that explains why you were driving on the wrong side of the road, so far as I can see :)) (with apologies to Don QuiScottie)
:))) Neither was I drinking a pint while taking the photo while driving ... on the right side.As if I had been driving on the wrong side it looks, because I held the camera with my right close to the windscreen.
That's all right then
And time to put my head on a pillow. The peace of night!
From my usually drought beset land I never, ever tire of rain. And rain bejeweled landscapes.
We do not suffer from too little rain, these day.
So poetic! A la Verlaine...."Les sanglots longsDes violonsDe l'automneBlessent mon coeurD'une langueurMonotone."