The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
More blurriness - I love it. and the muted colours.
Thanks Nursie. I took this from a moving train with a slowish shutter speed
You trying to wind me up? Just do not get me started on the Olympics... Sheesh!What next? Did you go and take a sneaky snap of a Trident submarine? Or.... oh please God no... not Buckingham Palace!?
Well it is a fixture of my journey to central London and it does make for an interesting photo
This is true... and here's an idea for another interesting photo, especially if done artfully and slightly blurred as you do so well: a big drain in the road with money, MY bleedin' money, being poured endlessly down it... (just symbolically my money for the photo though, I aint sending you some more). Oh, and here's another one: the final moments of the 100 metres, or pretty much any prestige track and field Olympic event, with a wee caption from the mouth of the 2nd place "athlete" saying "I need to find just a little bit more, like a better chemist"...
I assure you that I will be nowhere near Stratford when the Games are on
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