Another quick post.

Today’s guest picture comes from our son Alistair. He found a leek ready to flower.

We had a quiet day after the excitements of the party. Mrs Tootlepedal and I had the honour of accompanying Evie to her nursery in the morning. Then we enjoyed ourselves in Annie’s garden where some grass care was needed.

After lunch, I was intending to go for a walk when rain and thunder intervened. We were lucky here as the rain didn’t amount to too much while there were flash floods in other parts of London.

The rain stopped in time for me to go with Annie to collect Evie from nursery. I took the opportunity to take a picture of the Stockwell Bus Garage, a concrete cathedral. Unassuming from the outside …

. . . it is sensation when seen from inside.

There was some cheerful blossom to be seen on a gloomy afternoon.

And some black clouds too . . .

. . . which luckily held off until we got home, where we had a cup of tea with Evie’s alternative grandparents who live just across the road.

All being equal, there should be another short post tomorrow.

Published by tootlepedal

Cyclist, retired teacher, curmudgeon, keen amateur photographer.

14 thoughts on “Another quick post.

  1. Nice bus station (seen from the inside). The weather i London seems to be the same as here in Antwerp… rain, rain, rain 😦 I hope you’ll get also some sunny days over there in London.

  2. I’m from the land of leeks and daffodils, but very ashamed to say I did not know what a flowering leek looked like. As quercuscommunity says that is a very impressive bus garage, never seen anything like it, but you found it tootling about London. It’s big enough to cycle around and stay dry! Cheers.

      1. Let’s not speak of football any more, I’m tired of hearing about England’s bad luck in the 2020 Euros.

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