Clare left a very nice comment recently on an old post of mine in which I showed a photo taken by Malcolm one evening last winter, of what he saw when he came in from work. Susan asked to see it, so here it is — very dark I am afraid. One thing I get for my $4.95 (about £2) a month I pay Typepad for this blog, it seems, is a "photo album" complete with tagging. So here is a link to the picture on my album, where you can see my other pictures too. I used to be a very keen photographer, BC (before children), with my Pentax SLR, many lenses and home developing kit (us 150-year-olds predate digital of course.). When Cathy was about 4 I left my camera in the playground one day, and it was stolen. I have never organised myself into getting another camera and taking up photography again; one of those time things I suppose. Nowadays, Cathy and Jenny each have their own digital camera after years of those disposable ones from Boots, so I tend to rely on them to take pictures of things I like — mainly because it seems as if you need a degree to operate the darn camera. Maybe I will start again with photography, as since I have started blogging I have seen so many lovely pictures on people’s blogs. Anyway, for now, here is a fairly typical image of life where I live.