Friday, 30 October 2015

The working week with the clocks gone back

The clocks went back on Sunday, and I've still not caught up. I'm waking naturally after 6am - too early - and going to sleep before 10pm - too early. The sudden shock of the time change does not sit easy with me. Still, the weather has been mainly fine. Lots of walking.

Below: at W-wa Jeziorki station, watching a Radom-bound train arriving, while behind me one bound for town is approaching from the south. Punctual trains, sunny morning.

Below: looking across Rondo ONZ, lunchtime. Gleaming towers of the New Warsaw.

Below: view from the office window, trees splendidly autumnal in the late afternoon sun. Ul. Świętokrzyska cuts across ul. Marszałkowska running into the distance.

Below: it's 16:25 and the sun's already set over Our City; looking west along Al. Jerozolimskie.

A fine city, Warsaw. A great place to live and work.

This time two years:
Slowly on the mend after calf injury

This time three years ago:
Thorunium the Gothick

This time four years ago:
Łódź Widzew or Widź Łódzew

This time six years ago:
A touch of frost in the garden

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