Good, good – down a pound today.
When I woke up this morning, the mist that had appeared last night was still hanging around, but by the time I was ready to go to work, it seemed to have cleared. I say seemed because as I walked, it gradually thickened, with visibility getting lower and lower. It was also a wee bit nippy, with lots of nasty slippery ice on the pavements, which made walking slightly more, err, interesting.
From Windmill Hills, where there’s normally a great view of the Tyne, this was all I could see:
The entrance to Windmill Hills Park looked a little strange, with that wall of nothingness in the background
The Wind Vane looks a little strange in this shot – it’s the fisheye, you know…
Unfortunately, the mist wasn’t quite thick enough to make this thing disappear:
Apparently its demolition is on hold until Tesco and Gateshead Council can stop playing silly buggers agree on a firm development plan.
When I got to the Tyne Bridge, I wasn’t sure if I should cross, as there didn’t seem to be another side
Indeed, when I got half way across, the view of the other bridges was a little unclear:
But I could at least see the whole arch of the bridge, so the mist wasn’t quite as thick as it could have been:
I’ve been having more fun with my latest lens – as you can see, most of these images have been cropped to more normal proportions, but I couldn’t resist a couple of full circles.
 Yes, I walked for the second day in a row. Remarkable!