Green of the Day 19 March 2009

Today has been full of busy, we did the final edits on the final, final, FINAL draft of the book. It’s going to be proof-read by a fresh eye now, then it’s off to the printers.

So, there has been no time for fresh green photography. Have one that I took a couple of days ago instead. The green is difficult to see, but it is one of my most favourite greens. You know, when you look at a ploughed field and it’s mostly brown but you think, just maybe, it might be there…. that first faint flush of green on the field as the barley bursts through… if your eyes are not deceiving you, spring might just be beginning…

That green:

Green haze 17/3/09
Green haze 17/3/09

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December Reflections 4: Red

December Reflections 4: Red

Nature is red in tooth and claw and nobody knows this better than a person that shares their life with cats… At 4 am today there was a thud, followed closely by another thud, and another. It sounded curiously like a rather fat cat pouncing on something. “Has Dusty brought some prey in?” The Crooked Man went to investigate. Dusty had indeed brought some prey in and when he saw his dad, he let goContinue readingDecember Reflections 4: Red

In a pickle

In a pickle

Shops are now open to sell anything on their shelves and we are no longer restricted to purchasing whatever some government official has deemed to be “essential”. We popped out to The Shed yesterday as I needed some parcel tape to package up some things that I need to be posting off. We had to hunt, it wasn’t in the Stationery section, but we eventually found it in the DIY area. It’s not of greatContinue readingIn a pickle

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