Archive for category Photography
This is part of a display the school I work at put together for the production this year. A variety performance with loads of singing, acting, music and dance. It was an excellent show! Though I am a bit biased!
I was at a board game meet today, and taking a photo wasn’t exactly a huge priority, I’ll admit. But, the café it was held in was full of a lot of really cool and unusual pieces of art. I thought the jaunty angle added to it as well!
The thing which attracted me to this shot was the colours. I love how the natural light of the darkening sky blends with the harsh yellow glow from the spotlight behind.
We have been teaching Blessing by Imtiaz Dharker to the year 9s at the school I work at, and the subject of the poem got me thinking about how we really do take this commodity for granted.
From my bus stop, going home, I have been watching this slowly build up from a few beams, to a shell, and now after months it looks almost complete…
A great sort through happened today with these, and a lot of muh older books will wind their way into the dusty store room of the local Oxfam Bookshop
Another of my hobbies, of which there are many, is cocktails. Mixology. Whatever you wish to call it. Below is my first attempt at a Negroni and I think it went rather well!
It’s late, lamps lit, lighting the street. The spot of one casting a shadow on the darkened tarmac. Attached halfway up the sign states its purpose. Its law. Yet there’s no one there to enforce it. Yet there’s no one there to break it.
The wind really cuts through at this time of year, so you take shelter where you can. Seated, the bus stop is a refuge from the gust, from the light of street lamps and the eyes of passersby. You toss an empty can, your fifth of the evening, and stare at the ivy clad fence.