Although this looks like Bunty and Steve are Obsidian Black crystal ball gazing, preparing to give Sue a psychic reading, black Obsidian is technically not a true crystal. It is, however, a form of igneous rock that can be classified as natural glass. What is igneous rock? It forms when hot, molten rock crystallises andContinue reading “Crystal Balls?”
Monthly Archives: October 2022
Bright As a Button
Amazing how a river can look like the brightest thing in the landscape on a dark day in the middle of winter. Here the River Conwy looks positively charged with electricity. No special effects needed.
Ahead of the Game
If any of you are wondering what Captain John B is up to when not on the bowling green this Autumn, then here is the answer – he is acting as a sophisticated standard lamp base for different types of lamp shades. Not a bad look at all.
Llandudno Firework Night
There were fireworks in Llandudno last night. If there is no photo with this post this morning, then your webmaster was too tired to upload any after getting home last night. Please be patient and watch out for photos being added here later (maybe after the bins have been emptied).
From One Side to the Other
No Room For It
The George Masters Competition was held at George Warley, Birmingham, on 1st October 2022, but the main news from the event was the bad behaviour of some of the spectators. On the receiving end of verbal abuse and physical threats on his way to finishing as Runner-Up the Final was Callum Wraight. He was oneContinue reading “No Room For It”
Click Here to see a few photos from the Closing Fours Competition in September 2022.
Rosina is hit by a mini-tornado as it passes in front of the clubhouse and inadvertently starts a new hair fashion – the Flight-of-Fancy, with matching gloves.
Access All Areas
On this date in 1972, Access credit cards were introduced in the UK.
In case you haven’t heard, from 21st October 2022, the 200-year old Menai Bridge is closed until sometime in 2023. Click Here for a link to BBC News to read more.