Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe: first thoughts

Utterly, utterly brilliant.  I laughed, I cried.  Simultaneously, at times.

How rare is it that a long-awaited Christmas special lives up, or even exceeds, expectation?  Rare.  But tonight: yes.  Moffat pulled it off last year, and now he’s done it again.

That’s all, for now.  Just needed to get that out of my system.

What I did on my holidays

Sorry it’s been so quiet around here.  I’ve been away twice in the last few weeks, and in the time since then I’ve been revving frantically to catch up with what’s been happening in my absence.  But just to make you all jealous, here is one of the photos I took on my trip to Cancun:

It’s hard to believe such places really exist, isn’t it?  But this is the raw shot, straight off the camera, no processing at all.  It’s a tiny beach at the ancient Mayan city of Tulum — the most startlingly beautiful place I’ve ever seen.

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