My favourite dog walk, a view out over the Atlantic ocean leading into the Bristol Channel. Probably my dog's favourite too, given the high rabbit and small mammal population, needing both sniffing out then chasing. On a good day you can see out to sea and the island of Lundy on the horizon. But today … Continue reading things that annoy me – number 1 of 4,287
I am fully aware that people do 'throwback thursday' normally, because it alliterates better than throwback tuesday.
I remember school assembly being the first place where I confirmed the already suspected non-existence of the Christian variety of the all-seeing, omnipotent, but strangely insecure, 'God'. I was seven.It was when all of the two hundred or so pupils were stood up ready and the teacher leading the compulsory morning hymn singing assembly, sat … Continue reading flying friday fought… sorry… thought; thunderbolts
For the uninitiated; I take the title of a post from my reader (preferably I would have read the post too) and use that as the image search term for inserting an image from the Pexels/WordPress image library. Then... well, I see what happens basically.
The last time I posted a 575 type verse, it attracted a few 'likes'. I know, yes, me too. On this occasion, one of them was from the author of a blog called Naturalist Weekly, and as is often the case with likes, I clicked on the avatar to see if it came from somewhere … Continue reading 575: a variety pack
I've often fou... thought... that every time I read the word 'meritocracy' used in some Government minister's speech or newspaper article, that it would would be generally more accurate, especially for the present UK political leadership, if they were to replace it...
I entered a random title of someone's post from my Reader feed as a search enquiry into the WordPress 'Pexels Free Photos' option. And I pasted the first picture that comes up into my page and then start... well, the following post. Photo by DA on Pexels.com So, from the search, Robert Greig's post 'poetry … Continue reading analysis and robust theories = art; snap
Just for a change, we have a GQ on skipped gear. I normally have to imagine questions, because there aren't any readers asking any. However, a genuine comment appeared on my last post--from a genuine reader--and it included a question. (In case you were wondering, the title says GQ, which stands for a Genuine Question, … Continue reading skipped gear GQ; where?
When you start a new blog, like this one, you start from a position of having nothing and reaching no one. Readers don't know you and what you are about, so you at least need to include a brief introduction on your first post. Hello, I'm bryntin, and I am often not quite in the … Continue reading three easy tips to get Followers and Likes on a new blog
Bright morning outside my office window today. Sky blue, clouds scant, full of scent and maybe full of food, but this invisible barrier is in his way for getting to it, and he (or she, I didn't look that close...) is making a hell of a din. A monotonous buzz made by its superfast wings, … Continue reading buzzfeed