Friday, 16 September 2011

The Weekend in Black and White...

Well what a weird week... yesterday in particular was doubly weird. One of our bosses has been having a bit of a nutty of late (so what's new?). Yesterday it got so bad that we were thinking of hanging garlic and a crucifix on the office door to keep him out. Then Mrs P has been subdued and generally 'off', so it's back to the  Vet again tonight in case her ears are starting to play-up.

In an attempt to cheer myself up I went into a  nice gifty-type shop at lunchtime only to find the staff somewhat hysterical and about to declare war on the shop next door to them for using the same wholesaler.  I asked the Manageress if they would be getting any tasteful Halloween-type ornaments etc in, and she said 'No, the card shops will have the cheap ones in though'!  Thanks for that then! Think I'll be visiting the shop next door in future...

Anyway - to carry on the cheerful theme - here are a couple of b&w shots taken in or near the cemetery :O)

Stone Angel (again)

Cemetery Wall and trees

5 comments:

svh2 said...

Maybe the change in the weather is getting to people! But how awful having a boss whose moods have to be pandered to! Self employment has some advantages. At least I have only my own moods to worry about, as far as work's concerned!

Beautiful black and white photos, with one glaring ommission: a certain black and white cat!!! :o)

Penny

jabblog said...

I hope the weekend proves much better.

Barbara said...

Love the photos. You have such a great eye for a picture.

BTW, the cats are successfully hunting. Saw Molly running out of the shed with a mouse in her mouth. They won't starve, and they have a warm place to spend the winter. Whew!

Ashley Sisk said...

These look absolutely gorgeous in black and white. Love them.

Au and Target said...

I like these, but I miss the B&W cat pic you always stick in there somewhere! Also nice to see someone who can spell "weird". Even newspapers here get it wrong.

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