365 Project – Day 10

This slightly faded and shabby facade is the main entrance to Harefield Hospital near Uxbridge west of London. Harefield Hospital was opened in 1937 and is part of the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. It came to prominence in 1983 when Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub performed the UK’s first heart and lung transplant…

365 Project – Day 9

Today we went shopping. Normally I’m not wonderful at shopping but today I was in a mellow mood and really quite relaxed about the whole thing; which Mrs Sixwheeler finds disconcerting. I’ll be frank in that I really didn’t find the shopping mall at Cribb’s Causeway a photographic inspiration, it just doesn’t do it. On…

365 Project – Day 8

Yesterday evening Mrs Sixwheeler and I went to London. Nearly didn’t make it as we missed our bus to the station but another came along and we just scraped in to catch our train. Phew. The purpose of the trip was that a number of climbing clubs have a joint series of “London Lectures” over…

365 Project – Day 7

Once again we were blessed with heavy rain this morning; I think that I may well be suited to hibernation really. Later in the morning it had changed to clear blue skies so, as we’re off to London later, I grabbed the dog and headed out for a quick walk. At the end of our…

365 Project – Day 6

Today did not look at all inspiring and once again I got soaked just going to the shops; frankly I’m getting a bit fed up with all this rain. However as the morning went on the sun came out and Mrs Sixwheeler and I decided to grab the opportunity to take the dog for a…

365 Project – Day 5

It is my intention with this project to TAKE and PUBLISH a photograph every day. That is to say not to have a bank of pictures that I can slip in if I haven’t taken one. So far so good but I dare say the time will come when I may ‘lapse’ but when I…

365 Project Day 4

It has almost become a ritual for us to go every Saturday morning to the Bath Farmers’ Market. This is believed to be the oldest farmers’ market in the country and is held at Green Park Station; this used to be a railway station but the lines are gone and it provides a wonderful space…

365 Project Day 3

Last night we had been promised rain, high winds, floods and the first day’s play in the final cricket test match against Australia from Sydney. It certainly rained and blew but in our part of Bath (beautiful city of) but thankfully we are sheltered. I watched the news this morning and my thoughts go out…

365 Project Day 2

After yesterday’s deluge it has finally stopped raining in the beautiful city of Bath. I’ve put away the plans I drew up for a very large boat and Mrs Sixwheeler has stopped rounding up pairs of animals. There’s a terrible noise coming from the badgers, foxes and owls in the garage but I’ll let them…

The 365 Project

For 2014 I have set myself a target of trying to take and publish one photograph every day of the year. Some of these will be general, some will be amusing (I hope) and some will be relevant to the day or what we are doing that day. So to start things off I thought…