No, not that one; this one! It's a roundabout in Cardiff, and those confusing-looking things in the middle are sculptures made from roadsigns - or perhaps replicas thereof. And, apparently, it is known locally as the magic roundabout.
We saw it last weekend when we were travelling into Cardiff, but sadly I was not armed with a camera at the time, so unfortunately I don't have an image of it with which I could liven up this post. But anyway, we both thought it was quite groovy, albeit in a rather surreal way.
I've just had a look at the blog post preview thingy, and this looks very short and not very exciting. But I'm afraid that's it for today, as it's been a loooong week and I can't think of anything else interesting. (Also, the flat is quite cold so I think my brain has gone into hibernation mode. Now, I know what you are thinking: "why don't you put on a thermal vest? Or perhaps turn the heating on?" Well, clever-clogs, I will tell you. Firstly, I'm already wearing two cardis and a scarf, indoors, and if I wrap up any warmer I will begin to resemble the Michelin Man. This is not a sexy look. Secondly, I don't know how to turn the heating on, becasue the heating is controlled by a fiendish panel that has little buttons and goes beep, and I am stupid with most things of that ilk. In my defence - and I know that this is the lamest excuse since excuses were invented - the boiler panel is new since last winter, so I haven't had to use it before. Boiler #1 was one of the many casualties of the lightning incident, which was very frustrating as I'd only just learned how to operate it. But to return to your original question: vests and heating are clearly both ridiculous suggestions, and if you had any sense you would have proposed that I drink a warming cup of tea. But you'll know that for next time, won't you?)
Oooh and now look - I've waffled on so much about why the post is short, that it has become quite long. But, alas, no more interesting or exciting. Must try harder.