It is that time of year when if you manage to drag yourself out of bed at a decent time, then your journey to university is usually a crisp and cold one that gradually brightens as you get closer to your destination. The illusion of happiness is therefore created as you finally step through the doors of your library and flop down onto a desk to tackle the thousands of words you have left to write for your course works.
Today was not a crispy clear morning but a foggy one. As I cycled down the road, I couldn’t help but stop to take a few photos. The fog was wonderful and it felt quite unnatural given it was already 9:30 in the morning. The roads however were empty, what remained of the city work force during this Christmas period seemed to have already been hidden away in their toasty little offices. My hands were cold, and not because I stopped to take a few pictures for I possess those touchscreen compatible gloves that we simply can’t do without. The wind bit into my fingers and when I arrived at the Maughan Library, there was no need to cool down before entering the building. One of the perks of winter I guess.
The cold weather is here, but I am still waiting for the snow. In the meantime, enjoy these photos.
Until next time,
A Worried Student