We went to lunch with some friends and walked along the seafront in this evil weather. Found this guy playing Saxophone and he was brilliant. I think I need a better mic though.
As a treat, I took Tabitha to the Sealife Centre. Taking photos at aquariums is usually pointless because of the reflections, but I got a couple of lucky ones.
I think rays are my favourite.
I don't take photos of cars because I'm not very good at it. I do love cars, though, and there were some brilliant ones at this show.
Yes I know this isn't a real frisbee. Not sure what it is about Frisbee People that makes them so protective over this floating disc but there you go
We played ultimate frisbee before and it's very tiring. I suppose I should have expected a certain level of intensity from something described as "ultimate". Standing round in a circle and throwing a "frisbee" is a little more my speed. Still, that doesn't mean I'm immune from getting the thing stuck in a tree.
Fortunately, Sam's a good climber.
This was initially intended to be a funny photo but the composition just wouldn't work. Where this guy is sitting is the brow of a mound that encircles Brighton nudist beach and provides a little bit of contradictory privacy. You frequently see people walking along the top of this hill, not realising what it's for because they haven't seen the signposts. People do seem to learn quite quickly, though.
Unfortunately, to get him and a signpost in the frame just wouldn't have worked so here we are with this wannabe-artsy affair instead. I guess it kinda works, but it isn't funny.