Another excuse to display one of my old models. This is the command module and service module. docked to the lunar module, at the time the service module engine fired to put the spacecraft into lunar orbit.
I didn’t expect to see this as the forecast earlier in the day predicted cloud. However it cleared allowing me to take photos of the moon low in the southern sky.
Taken at about 2345BST. (1/1000s, f/5.6, 200mm focal length)
In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission – here’s my Saturn V model appropriately posed! Continue reading
I had a set list – reasonably well rehearsed – and had nearly an hour for a solo performance. It went better than expected and I had plenty people interested in the nyckelharpa afterwards! Continue reading
Yay! It will be fun to follow this even if I can’t actually go. See
I noticed the new Radio Times in Margie’s this morning – had to buy it with a cover like that! Continue reading
I prefer the portrait version of this photo (on the website) but this is cropped so it will be visible in Facebook … Continue reading
I love dammsugare (vacuum cleaners)! Together with Swedish coffee, of course.
There are lots of rune stones in the part of Sweden we were visiting. This was the biggest, with runes and interlacing patterns carved into a large rock.