I'm now well into my third year of this cycling lark, and when I cycle from home I'm restricted to three or four routes in terms of regular rides (which would probably be the case wherever I lived). But that means that what I can photograph is pretty much exhausted - because I'm not doing this to be a photographer, but just to make a visual record of where I've been every time I venture out. Anyway, that means it gets very repetitive from here on in. Sorry for that.
I'm lucky to live in a small city: one where within a couple of streets from home there are open fields. Except that this open field will soon be 2,000 new homes. Eric Pickles decided that was a good idea. Some of them are even described as 'affordable'.
Back in the saddle after a 10-day break – that's due to the general election, since I'm what's called a presiding officer (which means I'm in charge of a polling station). It's why I never express any political opinions on here, since I'm duty bound to remain completely neutral. Which doesn't mean that I don't hold political opinions: I just express those through the ballot box.