Categories
Moving

Southwold

Southwold seafront; as seen from the pier on 1 November 2020.
Categories
Making

Carve Your Name

The writing on the wall at Colchester North Station, platform 2.
Categories
Living

Early Night

Shortening days, lengthening shadows.

Categories
Making

Bibiana

Many of my students juggle work with childcare and their full-time degree study – I’m proud of them all. Bibiana is one of them. However, she has also seized the chance afforded by lockdown(s) to get creative. She showed me and her classmates her macrame creations in a break on Zoom recently and we were all impressed. Here are just a few pictures – and, if you would like to order from her, her contact details are below…

If you’d like to see more of Bibana’s work she’s on…

Instagram: ropeandknotstyle

Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Ropeandknotstyle

Email: ropeandknotstyle@gmail.com

Categories
Smiling

High and Dry

A mermaid weather vane.

On a day of a tidal surge, on top of a high tide.

Categories
Living

Thursday Twilight

Categories
Living

Last Orders

At The Black Buoy

My last visit to the local pub before national lockdown 2.0 began in England on Thursday 5 November. Cheers to the other side!

Categories
Thinking

Blue Moon Rising

The Hallowe’en full moon rising over Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Categories
Thinking

Change

‘It is easier to endure than to change. But once one has changed, what was endured is hard to recall.’

Susan Sontag, The Benefactor (1963)

Categories
Thinking

Shared Laughter

‘One can never speak enough of the virtues,

the dangers, the power of shared laughter’

Francoise Sagan (1935 – 2004).