I know this is a rather poor image, but pretty much this is what my day consisted of yesterday. Doing work, on and going to the gym!
This photo pretty much sums up today – soggy. A calm day where I bought an A3 printer for work and a double bed! Huzzaaah.
Yesterday was a soggy day in South Wales, so I did a bit of shopping then uni work. This was my amusement for the day, Tesco’s amazing maths skills, yes, 1 + 1 does equal 2, now where’s my 7up offer?
Today started off with an hour long Zumba class “A fusion of Latin and International music that creates a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system.” Then off to uni for a lecture on Symbols and representing images – the picture is of my view when writing on my other blog in the graphics suit at the new campus.
Back at uni today from our month Christmas holiday. During that time a number of the design courses moved from Caerleon to the new City Campus pictured above from this morning.
Today was my first day of not feeling completely bunged up, so to celebrate, shopping and takeaway with the boys! (I promise you these posts will get more interesting once I’m fully recovered and back in uni etc)
Yesterday I was still ill, so I spent the day unpacking and playing on my PS3. The photo’s of the logo that is making my social life slip away!
Sorry for this being so far behind! I have been taking photos but I’ve also moved back to Newport. Here’s a picture of the sunset from my window on the day I moved in.
Yesterday my mum, sister and I were here, The Vale of Glamorgan (just outside Culverhouse Cross in Cardiff). I actually took this photo a few weeks ago when it was cold but clear skies, unlike the damp grey ones at the moment. I went to take one yesterday but hadn’t put my stupid memory card back in my camera, so this will have to do!
Heading home from a night in Newport, I took this photo while waiting for the train. I know it won’t be to everyone’s liking. I used my digital Macro to focus on my hand which I then moved away to get this photo! I think I like it because of the mixutes of lights/colours used in the train station.