The Bluebell by Anne Bronte. A fine and subtle spirit dwellsIn every little flower,Each one its own sweet feeling breathesWith more or less of power. There is a silent eloquenceIn every wild bluebellThat fills my softened heart with blissThat words could never tell. Yet I recall not long agoA bright and sunny day,'Twas when I led… Continue reading “When bluebells seemed like fairy gifts.”
Category: The great outdoors
Norwich in Bloom and Blossom.
I've been on blossom watch for weeks now, heading out with my camera and phone every so often and snapping various flora as they come into bloom. The first time I went by St Peter Mancroft Church in the heart of Norwich, which I have taken photos of many times before, I thought I had… Continue reading Norwich in Bloom and Blossom.
My Weekend Photo – Featuring Norwich At Sunset.
Sorry for the lack of posts this week but I have exciting news; I have a new job! I'm going to be working part time for philosophy professor (and Extinction Rebellion spokesperson) Rupert Read at the University of East Anglia as his researcher until the end of July. It's a little bit different from what… Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring Norwich At Sunset.
My Weekend Photo – Featuring A Beach In Winter.
Mark and I recently had a rare day off together and decided to go for a walk on the beach. We drove to Mundesley on the north Norfolk coast, which I think I've only been to once before. I'd only taken a few steps on the sand before I found a lovely chunk of sea… Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring A Beach In Winter.