As I did not have a ready topic for today’s post (sorry to disappoint, but I don’t feel like I want to explore topics related to either the election or the financial crisis for the foreseeable future), I figured I’ll just post a few random shots made with the new camera today.
Didn’t see it coming, did you?
I took Kimmy to her ballet lesson today. The studio is in Chislehurst, a nearby agreeable village that I only drive through – and that on rare occasions. The little camera gave me a chance to snap a picture of the historic town’s arms prominently displayed on the main road and a house fronted by the seriously displaced reeds. Nothing to brag about, but bear with me while I feel my way around.
And earlier, when I was picking Kimmy from school, I noticed a sign that would surely make me regret not having a camera in the past. Interestingly, I’m sure that the sign has been in this place all along, but I have never noticed it before. I am being more attentive to the space around me already.
The sign is below second-floor windows, good two and a half meters above the ground. It may be important to note that this is a primary school.
What exactly is “anti-climb paint” anyway?
On an unrelated note, I got a postcard from John the Scientist with a view of Singapore’s famous Raffles Hotel. One day, I hope to enjoy a Singapore Sling at its Long Bar, as well. Thanks, John!
Anti-climb paint? Bizarre. Is it slippery or something?
Thanks for the pictures – they turned out just fine for a pocket-cam.
Doesn’t look slippery or even painted in the first place to me. Although, maybe they mean the windowsill. In any case, it’s at a height that you cannot just jump up and pull yourself in. You’ll need a ladder.
Anti Climb paint is sticky and you can’t climb up to vandalize so much like Graffiti people do. It would also be very difficult for a burglar to climb up and pull themselves through windows. No idea what it’s made out of but I am sure you can Google it.
Thanks, Cheryl. I’m not sure if that paint is actually there, by the look of it, but at least I learned what it should be.
I think anti-climb paint was applied to the sign…
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