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I did a second III. (c) random cafe to Wolverhampton Art Gallery cafe. Post including a one paragraph report with one photo of art in the cafe.
I completed challenge I. (a) and investigated an interesting thing seen from a tram window in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. Post including a one paragraph report with one photo of Key Hill Cemetery.
I did II. (a) following a tram line in Birmingham city centre. One paragraph with five photos, from Grand Central to Snow Hill.
I also did a semi-failed II. (c) Local council walk in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Full report with a dozen photos, circular walk along the River Avon.
Report with a map and four small images at my journal.
The theme for this year’s well dressing in Malvern is River of Life. I went for a walk, visited a dozen wells, and took some photos. The standard of competition entries by both children’s groups and adults was good, as ever, but some installations were difficult to cap so my photos don’t show all of them to their best advantage.
Report at my journal, with ten small images.
It’s going to take me at least a couple of weeks to report but I also confess to challenge II. (c) a local council walk (my first attempt at this challenge!), and an epic version of I. (a) "investigate interesting thing seen from bus", both in Birmingham.
Newport: A+ for flanage and would tourist again, especially if the cathedral tower was open so I could ascend and enjoy the reputedly spectacular views.
I've been doing a lot of walking lately. But mostly in the countryside, so I was more a rambler than a flaneur. But while getting those pictures posted, I found the photos from my walk along Regent's Canal - in April. Ooops.
In April, when I had just found this community, I got it into my head that I wanted to walk the whole of Regent's Canal. I'd done parts of it before but I'm a completionist at heart so I wanted to do it all.
So I used one of the first sunny days to do just that. Limehouse Basin to Paddington Basin.
It was a fun walk