Some scenes are just beautiful on the eye and entering Jermy and Westerman and seeing the below view, I just had to insist to the guy behind the counter that I would be taking photos for my blog. Intimidating as I obviously am, he crumpled at my mention of free publicity on the blog which I may have made out to be as popular as the Google homepage.
I actually forgot to take more photos because I was too busy trying to limit my spending. This time my haul consisted of something more analytical than my normal fare, to gain a fuller understanding of what I love, one has to delve deeper like one of the Caribbean sink holes, fascinating but can seriously harm your health.
As I entered one of the rooms two books fell off a shelf, this was of course a sign and after putting back Applied Psychology at Work, my prize was Art and Illusion: A study in the psychology of pictorial representation. This could be the book that changes my life as fate has obviously decreed that the book fell for a reason, perhaps the secret to what the Mona Lisa is amused at will be revealed.
Here’s something you don’t see every day…wonderful clear skies in Autumnal England, framing some quite sexy architecture. Sometimes it’s worth looking up a little more and noticing some of those easy to miss features that we neglect to consider.
It occurs to me that recently there has been little in the way of books on this blog so before somebody starts quoting The Trade Description Act of 1968 in this direction, more will be coming your way real soon.