Thanks for visiting.
Over the last week or so, it's been a bit windy, not too bad but enough to cause the trees to shower us with seeds.
Not having been to Camberley for a while, I walked in to see if there was anything to see and to clock up another 17,000 steps. Starting off with the Museum at the Council Offices, only to find it had moved to the shopping centre, I had to content myself with this sculpture by Ken Ford entitled Into Our First World, taken from T. S. Elliot's Burnt Norton, the first of his Four Quartets poem. It reflects our relationship with the natural world and the way the past illuminates the present plus there's a connection to the nearby chestnut tree.
Nearby is the Surrey Heath Mosaic.
Heading to the shopping centre, it was sad to see all the closed shops, from large ones like BHS and Laura Ashley to the smaller ones. Even the House of Fraser, the last department store, is due to close soon. It didn't really look very exciting anywhere, all a bit tired, including the sale a assistants.
There were some pretty trees though.
Not much to show you there though.