I love this Scratch programming environment. I wish it had been around when I was a kid. I spent hours programming computer games (and even got one featured in a magazine). But this system makes it easy to do so much … Continue reading →
The Fallen Leaves exhibition of pages from sketch books of Children’s illustrators at Dean Clough inspired me to dig out my (only) old sketchbook by This is what I found. … Continue reading →
Neil Richardson, my brother is a photographer (when he’s not being responsible for construction of aircraft landing gear). In 2014 he’s facebooking a picture every day. He’s younger than me so I’ve known him since he was born and I … Continue reading →
It may look like a giant green mushroom but it’s actually a dead tree that’s been covered by a dense canopy of ivy. It provides a wonderful habitat for all kinds of wildlife. I’m sure there’s a story here somewhere. … Continue reading →
In Canada you can get bear proof bins – maybe Leeds City Council should consider investing in some. There’s a story here for someone to write. … Continue reading →
Something kids wear when their parents are cold.
An old banger! [ratings]
when a small dog started jumping up at him. “Do you mind if I throw him a bit?” asked the man. “Not at all,” said the dog’s owner, looking pleased. So the man picked up the dog and threw him … Continue reading →