Random photo from my phone from Christmas. Andy's feet and Bertie's back.
I had forgotten about this until I downloaded the pictures from the phone tonight. I was shocked and amused one Saturday before Christmas, to see this painting in the window of my favourite charity shop. I think this counts as a shadow shot too due to the sensitive shading on the cheeks! It was a really good painting if you want a huge bottom on your wall. I wonder if they sold it. I must ask one day!
One of the lights in the pub we went to last week. There were also great big black cylindrical shades on some of the lights and it made me think about scale and how with lighting it doesn't particularly matter-I am thinking about the dolls houses.
Can you guess the name of the pub from this visual clue? A prize to anyone who can!
This is not really a shadow shot, but it is from my phone, and it represents a world alien to mine(in terms of work that is) On Friday, a colleague and I had the task of trying to complete a complex self-evaluation form for the Foundation Stage at work. (FS being the age group we teach-up to five) It is part of a whole school document that needs to be completed by the senior and middle management and is basically a summary of where the school is, aims for where we want to go, and proof of how we know these things-lots of data analysis. My colleague is the FS coordinator-a post I covered her in for a year, and wanted my help to do this. Our head suggested we have a day out, but work out of school, and recommended a local hotel-a Holiday Inn where we could do so. What a lovely day! The work was actually quite interesting and the setting was perfect for this kind of thing-hushed and business like, with lots of other work type things going on around us. I was very curious about what the other users of the space were up to but guessing had to be enough! Coffee, lunch and pleasant staff also added to the whole experience. Oh well, back to the real world on Monday!
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