Spools of thread
I'd love to have a moment like this at work.
Following the torrential rains and flash flooding across much of the country during the past few weeks, a rare polar spectacular has been occurring in the cleared UK skies after sunset with electric blue noctilucent clouds on view. Normally too faint to be seen, the clouds are visible only when illuminated by sunlight from below the horizon while the lower layers of the atmosphere are in the Earth's shadow. The clouds are the highest in atmosphere at around 50 miles above the Earth's surface and the recent activity has been captured by photographer Adrian Maricic, from Fife over the Forth Road and rail bridges as the twilight descends across the Firth of Forth earlier this week.
Don't wanna run out...
If you need me...you know, the beach actually doesn't sound good right now.
Well, thanks for the info.
Good marketing. Stay safe this week.
.....err, I think you may have missed something.
There's a pair that are wonderfully happy together, I'm betting.
Cabbies of the Middle East
Father's Day nibbles
I have no clue what's happening here.
Modern family time
Yeah, that looks safe.
Booze'll kill ya
"I know the awards dinner is important, but it's raid night!"
I wonder if it still works...
Hey, do whatcha gotta do.
Have a great week!