So, no change today, which is better than a rise, I suppose.
I managed to motivate myself to go for the walk I didn’t have yesterday. After the usual bout of dithering, I decided to head for the Quayside to see how the debollardification of the Millennium Bridge is coming along, then along to see where Spillers Flour Mill used to be – that job has been finished and the site cleaned up nicely.
I then walked along the Ouseburn, and headed into town via Northumbria University. By the time I stopped, I’d walked over seven miles, as the Garmin evidence shows:
I took the Pentax Q with me, and took a variety of pictures, including a nice close up of some not very tasty-looking berries:
And I thought I’d have a play with some of the built-in effects. Here’s a slightly odd version of the new Gateshead town centre development:
And the obligatory self-portrait in a slightly murky reflective surface
More pictures to follow. Later.