Sunday, 18 July 2010

2010:365:199 Why not?

Grab camera and the nearest object and there's your photograph for today!  Why not?  It is an attractive green and the little LED torch gives the edge an interesting blue tinge.  365Project has "curves" as this week's theme so the picture will certainly fill that criteria.  
It is possible that some will recognise instantly that particular hue and shape.  If not, just open my fridge and look on the shelf next to the top!
Bathed in the fridge light sit a couple of rows of wee bottles.  It is a light (5%) lager which according to the list of ingredients contains "water, malted barley, maize, hops".  Although it was originally a Belgian beer these bottles are brewed and distributed in the UK.  That's probably more than you wanted, or needed, to know about the 250 ml refreshing drink that once occupied the top bottle. 
Never one to miss a photo opportunity I thought this needed an unopened bottle as well!
The background that I've been using recently is some handmade paper with fern fronds pressed into it.  
It's Asparagus Plumosus, a common house plant.  I used to have one but it was neglected and died.  
Maybe with it being Sunday I should include something "churchy"?  How about the new poster in front of Saint Nicholas'.  
We're about to start Holiday Clubs.  This week it is for teenagers, meeting each evening for a couple of hours of craft, games and talks.  No doubt there'll be pictures added to the blog.  Next week we run a club for the under tens.  A busy fortnight before my holidays begin!
Now, with three services behind me, and I preached at two of them, I'm going to put up my feet and relax for an hour before bed.  Night, night.

Be present, O merciful God, and protect us through the silent hours of this night, so that we, who are wearied by the changes and chances of this fleeting world, may repose upon thy eternal changelessness; though Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen. 

Book of Common Prayer

1 comment:

Loey said...

I like you choise of beers.
It's my favourite :D
The paper is very nice and an effective backdrop.
Good photos!