19 August, 2011

Of Chalk and the Chilterns

A walk in the Chiltern Hills when its dripping wet? Not very inspiring. But when you have a guide as sarcastically humourous, warm and educated as Tony, anywhere seems a good place to go. So a motley bunch of seven set off for a trip on a very wet Thursday evening. This is what we saw: 

Insight: When the written word deserts, turn to thy stack of coloured pens! 
[Click on the image to make bigger. Duh!]

13 comments:

  1. I expected to see more pink :P

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  2. Anonymous7:51 am

    It should be Thursday.

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  3. Haru: Pink? Why?

    Anon: Thanks :)

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  4. Nice work! I should do it sometime too. :-)

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  5. Why? My bad, mistaken gender I guess.

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  6. Haru, gross generalisations related to gender and colour preferences *shakes head*

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  7. Well, in my defense, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrgpZ0fUixs&ob=av2e

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  8. Nice! Liked it a lot!

    p.s. You have a great handwriting!

    p.p.s. It feels like ages I've been away from padhai and theorems, that I felt nicely surprised and glad to see the 'therefore' symbol.

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  9. Haru: Well said :)

    Abhi-from-Blog-UK: Thanks! Moleskine paper just makes handwriting look good. Really.

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  10. Some classic ads of Hovis bread....
    From a time when advertising was about good writing.. The last one in the series should remind you of an ad closer home.. the famous jalebi commercial

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOWJECdobqk

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  11. The ads succeed in capturing the grey colours of Britain in a strange way. I saw the jalebi ad again and it made me smile : )

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  12. Anonymous8:29 am

    Did you know agashe means honey in korean :P

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  13. @anonymous: Nope. i didn't.. fascinating though.. :D

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