Or is it #3 now? I'm finding it hard to tell. I'm also finding this one much harder than the last.
Again, my life has hardly changed really. I still sit at home at the computer all day. But I'm now doing less and less while sitting there.
I'm still writing a book. Or rather, should be writing a book. I'm doing that less and less too. Early morning walks are out because it's dark, cold, very often wet, and the bunnies are probably all asleep underground anyway. I'm still practising the recorder on and off.
I've bought a few things courtesy of Facebook advertising. None of the stuff in my post. All from the store mentioned in the comments, including (since the link there has gone dead) one of these:
Fabulous. Who knows when I'll get the chance to wear it.
But the main event this time has been taking photos of the River Trent, from Gunthorpe Bridge to Torksey Lock and Littleborough, in various types of light and states of flood. I can't really see what I'm doing; the viewing screen is too small. I just point the camera in the right sort of direction and click. But that's the beauty of digital cameras. You can take as many pictures as you like. Some of them are bound to turn out okay.
Check my Twitter account for an ongoing selection if you want, and if you can bear to scroll through the rest of the junk to find them. They go back to 22nd August 2020. For those who can't be bothered, these are perhaps my four favourites:
Torksey Lock (7th November 2020)
Hazelford Ferry (12th November 2020)
Dunham Lakes (2nd January 2021)
Carlton-on-Trent (18th January 2021)
The third is my current desktop wallpaper :)
But seriously, fuck the Tories.