Having been working every day since last Monday, fatigue was definitely getting the better of me today, which involved another late finish due to having to move more furniture and computers around. Still, day off tomorrow. 
Today’s picture is of the Siren sculpture which faces the Gateshead Millennium Bridge
Down a wee bit today, but that’s probably more of that random stuff.
Here’s a picture. This building – the old Gateshead Dispensary – seems to have suffered from the building work on the new town centre development, possibly the excavations for new drainage and services. Either that or it’s just coincidentally a bit broken.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Aperture: ƒ/10 Shutter speed: 1/40s Focal length: 24mm ISO: 160 Taken: 1 January, 2013
I’m back home from that fun-packed weekend in Leeds. We got done that which needed to be done, so it was a good trip, all told. The evening meal at Pizza Express and the lovely hotel breakfast didn’t hurt, either.
This plaque is part of a memorial to Lord Armstrong, to be found at the approach to the Great North Museum: Hancock. A nice representation of the Swing Bridge in action.
Updated to include a surprisingly high step count (moving around the office a lot, plus a walk to Pizza Express) and a shockingly high early morning weight.
Yes, it’s another weightless report, coming to you from the Novotel in Bristol Leeds for a change. My colleagues and I have been busy upgrading people to shiny new computers, which is as good a way of passing a Saturday as any, I suppose. Of course, I’m only saying that because we’re getting paid for it. Here’s the view.
Ho hum, down again today. Reports may be a bit approximate for the next day or two, as I have a fun weekend working in Leeds that I didn’t know I was doing until Tuesday or thereabouts. Still, never mind. There are worse fates. Apparently.
Today’s picture is another look at one of my favourite subjects.
Up again today, and that won’t be helped by a distinct lack of walking. I had a severe attack of not being bothered at lunchtime, so after a quick look in Waterstones, I got a sarnie and went back to the office…
This is a curious thing I spotted a few weeks ago. My answer should be obvious…