It seems to me that blogging is about as useful a way of passing the time as tossing pebbles into the sea, so for what it's worth - and that's not a lot - here are a few pebbles.
Sunday, 25 July 2010
Another picture snatched while at traffic lights. This shows, in the centre of the picture, the cathedral of Rouen with its three different towers. The building dates in parts from the 12th century so it was certainly there when Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake in the city in 1431 having been found guilty of heresy. A particularly painful death - just for wearing men's clothing.