no don't leave and just like that summer was gone. Leaving behind a super cute #GoogleDoodle.
PS Google doodle team: it's real hard to share the doodle image without downloading it or going on a hunt for the right link. It's not even the first link when you search for "autumnal equinox Google doodle"
Ska man vara riktigt med i tiden ska man ha en bil som kan klara en skogsstig utan större problem. Där behövs lite högre markfrigång, plast runt skärmarna, ruggade fälgar och kanske även en hasplåt ifall man kör över stockar och sten. Detta började Volvo med redan för 20 år sedan, när V70 XC dundrade fram på grusvägar till tonerna av Creedence fantastiska Bad Moon Rising. Hipster before it was cool. Nu är det dags för nästa spelare i matchen att ...
470hp V8 Motorbike The bike is essentially hinged down the middle to allow it to corner, seems unnecessarily complicated but looks ace. Has a slightly futuristic feel to it but I do wish they had done a better job of the sound production.
Considering Amazon's AWS arm talked about a UK offering around the same time last year this is a big win for Azure even if they are lagging the cloud wars. They are catching fast, especially if they can get the interest of the MoD and NHS.
Something borrowed, something new A #wedding from yesterday where I thought I'd try out some new ideas for images to make the album a little more lively - most of the pictures will be viewed online anyway so why not include a animation/gif.
Came out pretty well though tips to improve my looping (and avoid the "jump") are greatly appreciated.
cool! A tripod would help a little, as there is a little drifting of the framing which makes the 'jump' harsher. Also, not sure how you created the gif, but if you use something like photoshop, you can do things like reverse the order of the pics. Example, pic 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
Why cover almost every surface in cat photos Wouldn’t it be great not to worry about the holiday we can’t afford, the car we don’t need, or the body we don’t have? Imagine a world where public spaces made you feel good.
A little expensive, understandable given the location. The water-side seating area is really nice, beer is good quality and the food was a good standard - schnitzel was ace. The waiter had good english but the service generally was a little slow (considering it wasn't that busy).
Would go back but there are so many other restaurants along the front it would be good try something else.
Compact, definitely english, unusual green-glazed tiles on the outside - you can't miss it. Outside views onto the quayside as well and across to Brownsea Island.
Cake tasted a bit of "fridge" but they appear to have a great fish menu sourced straight from the quay. Worth another visit especially as they have Ringwood Brewery Ale on tap.
The most southern point of Sweden with a stunning view over the sea whether calm or stormy. Slightly bumpy walking with stroller or wheelchair but worth the effort. Walk around the corner to see some great artwork installations and an ancient lime kiln.