Saturday, 15 January 2011

Sunshine in Chiswick

So we ventured out last Sunday to see the Sun. Also to buy a car battery charger for Brendon's car, which cried itself dry during the last month of loneliness and boredom. And snow and cold.
There we probably thousands of people on the streets. OK, maybe only hundreds, but the sun just makes everything and everybody come alive. Even if it was only 3 degrees. We walked all the way home. 2.5 miles. The last mile with a battery charger. Hand in hand... I mean with Brendon.


Yellow tunnel

Blue Sky

More stripes

Monday, 10 January 2011

Christmas and the monkeys

So we spent the Christmas in Hungary and enjoyed a couple of days in a Spa Hotel in the mountains up north. Well, not very high mountains and not that much north either, but still.
The most important part of the journey was the one we actually took no pictures of, because it was -11 C outside and was snowing too and we were inside. The hot water. Otherwise outside, just like the monkeys in Japan, like this:

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The middle one is me, Brendon is to the left. Though it is obvious, just look at our hair.

But to prove that we actually went out to the cold and also to show my dedication towards my new lens (Christmas presie from Brendon) here are some more pictures of trees and snow and trees and snow and trees and snow...

Tree and snow

Tree and snow 2
Tree and snow 3