In my case I have discovered a couple of items of rural ‘street art’. You may live in the city and see things like this:
I like these little examples rural creativity.
The other thing I do is dress up. These days I have no where really to go except occasional trips to the supermarket. For all that this is the countryside I honestly think it a pretty poor example of it. I have only moved here recently because my parents did, and even they don’t love it so much. My last home town had the sea and hills and a castle. The on before had a river, a waterfall, a ruined abbey and castle. This place? It doesn’t even have a river. Apparently it was built during the times of the plague away from water purposefully because they knew it carried the plague. So thanks to that it is isolated and boring.
Anyway! Back to the original point. In order to keep myself amused I dress prettily. I wear high heels to buy milk. I have actually been playing round with my outfits quite a lot, but with no one to take photos of me I have experimented at last with the tripod. I managed to take some good photos but the best ones once again I had my face on and in the interests of keep a secret identity I had to ignore them. It also means that you can't see the awesome hat I am wearing, you will just have to picture it.
Hat: Amnesty International (gift); Shirt: Charity Shop; Skirt: XXI; All Jewellery: Random little shop in Edinburgh
Also here is another shot of life in the countryside after a weekend visit to a friend: