Pumpkin Head

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Today I was mostly engaged in boring administration; correspondence in writing and in e-mail; filing; form-filling; and posting. Rapid rooftop rattling hailed a brief interlude with my camera, as ricocheting crystals created springboards of chairs, tables, paving, and anything else less receptive than soggy soil. Early thisContinue reading “Pumpkin Head”

The Litter Nest

My first walk today was through the woodland. After a while, I diverged from the footpath, and, although I kept it vaguely to my left, found it difficult to regain until I noticed a rope with strips of coloured cloth lying on the ground and leading off in the right direction. I had seen theContinue reading “The Litter Nest”

The Reluctant Recliner

On another unseasonably warm, mostly overcast, day, Jackie drove Becky and me to Emsworth and back, so that our daughter, who, with her family is still with us, could keep an appointment. I wandered around the town, walking down Queen Street to Slipper Mill Pond, then back up the hill and round to the harbourContinue reading “The Reluctant Recliner”