There was a hole in the clouds about 5pm so managed a shot!
Next Sunday sees the return of one of our fave TV shows, Game of Thrones (the other being The Walking Dead) and Phil is re-reading the book. Thought I’d have a little look and see how far he’d got. 🙂
“Nobody sees a flower – really – it is so small it takes time – we haven’t time – and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time.” ― Georgia O’Keefe
My 2nd favourite camera is my SX70, which I’ve been neglecting so much since starting the 366, intending to shoot a few film packs when the weather perks up.
This book is lovely, you can see from the previous day’s picture there are pages of beautiful artworks by a few different lady artists. It was published in 1922 so not far off 100 years old, and the language and pictures reflect a different world back then. But the gardening advice is still relevant.
I went to a party last night and am having a recovery day today haha. Still managed to focus (just about) on my shot for today, now I’m going to veg out with the TV and some movies. And lots of medicinal cups of tea 🙂 Never again. Til the next time. 😀
In times of stress, my default remedy is a series of well written books with complex themes, characters and plots. History is a good deal of it. I find Manda Scott’s Boudicca and Rome series, Ben Kane’s Spartacus and Hannibal series are perfect for everyday stress and strain relief. But when stress level reach popping point, then it is time to bring out the Game of Thrones set. 5 huge books of immense scope allegorically encompassing the themes set out by my former authors. George Martin the author of Thrones is a strange and interesting character, but that’s neither here…