Left-over junk. Just some bits and pieces left lying around in the blacksmith's shop at Thriplow and collecting that marvellous patina of rust, dust, soot and grease. The smithy is no longer in regular use and is only fired-up once a year for the Daffodil Weekend when an enthusiastic volunteer demonstrates the basics of the blacksmith's art.
Fallen petals form random patterns on a city pavement.
A nice day out. Vintage car (and vintage radio) enthusiasts are determined to enjoy their day despite the grey skies. The car is a Morris Traveller.
A week or two ago I published a picture of the patterns made by sunlight shining through a church window. I took several similar shots that day - this is what you get if you sandwich two of them together with a bit of technical trickery.
Aaaaaah! The ducks that nest next to the ornamental pond in the grounds of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, are particularly trusting of human company. When the youngsters are a little older, mother will march them through the streets of Cambridge down to the river. It happens every year but I've only witnessed it once - I didn't have a camera with me of course!
A somewhat battered front door in a Cambridge street - I'd rather photograph it than live behind it!
"Dance The Dream" by Carl Payne. An exhibit at the Great British Sculpture Show 2014 at Hatfield House. If you can't afford the £17,500 for this life-size bronze, then it's also available in a scaled-down, 17 inch high, version. A snip at just under £400.
My photo seemed to work best in this "not-quite-sepia" rendition.
Mr Drake has his eye on you. This was also taken among the tame ducks at Emmanuel College.
Cool and classical. Emmanuel College once again.