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Come visit the Black Country!

It’s Sunday morning and so time for another Sunday ramble from deep in the Black Country. The Black Country doesn’t really have a good reputation. The dark picture above is what people expect to see when they imagine the Black Country. They imagine industry  and workers, but it has changed. Read the rest of this page »

One of those days… #life

Some mornings it’s just hard to get out of bed, but I manage to motivate myself. This morning my phone alarm went at 8 and being Saturday I decided on a lie in. My phone started making strange noises that usually means someone is messaging me on Facebook. Read the rest of this page »

Savings and investments

GBP

The Halifax has said that house price growth has risen to 9.7%. Who benefits from this? If you own property as a landlord, then you might benefit when you sell your property or you might be able to increase the rents but overall as a society, we are losing out as so much investment goes into the property market. Read the rest of this page »

Pre-loved and used.

There is a lot less stigma to buying used goods these days and most people buy used cars. You can obviously get a bargain if you know what to look for and where. Even clothes and furniture can be found at great prices. Read the rest of this page »

Looking forward… #life

BRUNSWICK PARK

I read something this morning to the effect that you spend much of your life working and so you should try to find something that you enjoy. Not everyone has a vocation so I think you have to be lucky to do what you really want to do. Underneath that edict, someone commented that you spend much of your life asleep and should therefore, buy a good bed. Read the rest of this page »

Coping with poor light #photography

BLACK COUNTRY (46)

Landscape photography in winter is a challenge, it’s either cold or very cloudy. I took this shot on Sunday in very poor light but composed the shot quite well. Notice the diagonal lines and the way the trees in the middle ground contrast with the trees in the background. Read the rest of this page »

Waiting for spring? #ramble

It’s Sunday morning and so this must be another ramble through the little-used pathways of my mind. What’s on my mind this morning? The weather for one! I took a few photographs of a rugby match yesterday. It was cold! Read the rest of this page »

Creative opportunities for everyone? #culture

Wednesbury art gallery

Living in the Black Country, all I seemed to hear about when I was young was the industry. Now I hear a lot about creativity and art. We used to make steel tubes here and all sorts of products that supported the motor industry and the building industry. The Black Country was an important part of a nation that was industrious. We made things. Read the rest of this page »

Have we hit bottom? #investments

The FTSE 100 is up this morning but is still under 6000, a big drop from last year’s high of over 7000. Is this the bottom? I see no signs of the economy being managed any better and if share prices go lower we will see acquisitions. A few companies have already gone to overseas buyers. Read the rest of this page »

Thrifty but not mean #thrifty

It’s one thing to be thrifty and look for value for money, it’s quite another to be mean and save at the expense of other people. Being mean is not caring about others, not giving to charity and thinking it’s every man for himself. We can be thrifty, look for value for money and be generous too. Read the rest of this page »

Getting what you want #life

I like this image, it says pantomime doesn’t it? It has a Victorian look to it as well which we associate these days with Christmas films on television. We know there was poverty and suffering in the Victorian era, but we mostly associate it with Dickensian images of snow falling on quaint streets of shops, hansom cabs and ladies and gentlemen in their finery. Read the rest of this page »

Exposure compensation #photography

SNOW 17 JAN 2016  (12)

The light wasn’t very good when I took this photo but the snow reflected some light.  Photographs are a form of art and some photos just give an impression and others are more like fine art and are very sharp. Read the rest of this page »

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