Imber has once again been open for a few days lately, allowing the public access and we ventured down once again to explore the old place. The village was packed and I had to wait an age to get this peopleless shot of one of the old farm houses.
It was the village’s flower show today and after years of Charlie entering competitions and coming second place, he has finally won first prize in the Make a Mask event and he’s still smiling about it even now.
Prototyping the casing that will hold my new Raspberry Pi chatbot, Woggle. I’ve done away with the screen to save on space and so responses will be relayed via Morse code when this old nursery thermometer lights up. The window will be for the camera I’ve added to act as a surveillance camera and to even get it to read text via the Tesseract api.