The days are getting much colder, and finding different things outdoors to take pictures of with my inadequate camera phone is getting more difficult…. Yet sometimes I pass a point I have passed hundreds of times and notice something new about it.
I am a big reader, not so big as some, but bigger than most. Anyway, this year after finishing several books I thought my picture today could feature one. Simon Scarrow’s The Eagle’s Prey. Also in there is my Gladstone’s Library bookmark!
I was rounding off my christmas shopping tonight after work, and my route into the city passes by this little view.
Around my workplace, christmas lights have been switched on. It makes the wait at the bus stop in the cold and dark a little more bearable.
There’s an old medieval castle ruin near where I live, and I haven’t seen it in years. It’s the sort of place which is so photogenic, but is also fenced off from the public. Probably for good reason in my area.
This one is dedicated to my partner. She’s a lover of crafts, and needs to look after something, when she’s not looking after her lummox of a boyfriend. The crochet is her handiwork, and the colours always remind me of her.
The settings of this piece is quite unexpected, all things considered. The sculpture which I used as subject is actually outside a supermarket, but the way it reflected the traffic I thought looked pretty interesting.