Lockdown cabin fever has progressed so far that last week I found myself scanning a biscuit (it was a McVitie’s Rich Tea Finger if that is of any interest). After that, things can only get better – so here is a scan of a lump of moss pulled from a stone wall.
Monthly Archives: June 2020
The latest scan from the trawl through my old 35mm negatives. Because of adjacent shots, I would date this at about 1971 or ’72. A group of us had been to visit Banklfield Museum in Halifax, and afterwards I crossed the road to take this photograph. I think this is Woodside Terrace, in which case, it still exists, although the houses on the right hand side of the street have been replaced by new ones. The title of this post will probably only make sense to Count Basie fans!