seen nature

Treetops, Peak District National Park, UK.

When I was driving down Snake Pass I saw the fog moving through Lady Clough Forest and had to pull over into a lay-by to grab a shot.

Guys don’t forget Tyler Young has hinted that Philip basically used to do sex work just so he could have the money for food. Don’t forget he treats his mother like he’s the parent of the relationship. Don’t forget he’s seen the destructive nature of drugs and alcohol. Don’t forget he was most likely physically abused by everyone around him most of his life. Don’t forget that he’s probably as lonely as it gets now with everyone around him abandoning him. Don’t forget that his last resort was to drink an entire bottle of tequilla- a deadly amount of tequilla- drunk enough that he probably could have killed himself. Don’t forget Philip Shea, the strongest character on this freaking show, felt like everything was so out of his control, was so painful, he had to remove himself from that environment because it was just like home all over again. 


Derwent Valley, Peak District National Park, UK.

Last Tuesday I decided to visit Derwent Reservoir as the forecast was for thick fog all day. I’m glad to say that on this occasion, the forecast was correct! I didn’t have much time but managed to take these shots whilst I was there.

Into The Distance.

I took this on Saturday whilst driving through the fog on Snake Pass in the Peak District. The fog had become so thick that I had to pull my car over into a lay-by to wait for it to clear a little. Only five minutes before I took this picture I couldn’t even see the end of my bonnet!

Hey just a reminder that Haikyuu!! isn’t queerbaiting for the simple reason that Furudate didn’t plan on making it look gay to get more readers.


Some men are born to plow fields, some live to be great physicians, others to be great kings. Me? I was born to serve you, Arthur, and I’m proud of that, and I wouldn’t change a thing.