I’ve started to sort through some old books and papers in an effort to declutter the masses of box files I have lying around.
Turns out I had a bit of a creative thing going on eleven years ago this month.
The image at the top is from a little photo book I made. No captions only dates.
Below are five haiku I wrote inspired, I would think, by the things I saw and experienced, again in May 2009. You can click any image for a larger version.
Stay poetic, stay safe.
*I’m going to stop counting the days. As the rules of the lockdown change it seems less relevant.
Going into the garden today meant getting wet. It was worth it. Click on image for bigger versions.
View from the greenhouse
Purple alpines flower
Little blue angels
Normal weather and gardening and blogging will return tomorrow, I hope.
Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon at The Forum in Norwich has been an inspiration to photographers of all ages. Social media is full of amazing shots of the Moon, taken from every angle. Except one, that is. Above it.
But not anymore.
Looking down on Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon
I’m lucky enough to work at The Forum so it wasn’t too difficult to persuade someone to get me onto the roof right over the moon. I knew exactly what I wanted, a clear view looking down on part of the moon with occupied deck chairs close by in a semi circle. (more…)
Norwich has some wonderful buildings that require close examination. However, sometimes it’s nice to step back, or step up, and take a look at them from a distance.
I was on the roof of The Forum taking pictures of the Museum of the Moon, which is currently on display for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, so I took advantage of my elevated view to grab some images looking over our fine city. (more…)