I’m just sneaking in this one, as it came rather unexpectedly. This section of my park always looks the best around the time of the day before the sun starts setting. I love the long shadows.
It is also touched with sadness, as it was not half an hour after I heard the news of Helen McCrory’s death. Like last year with Chadwick Boseman, devastating doesn’t express the feelings enough. What can one say in this situation, other than, Rest in power, Helen.
It’s no wonder people want to believe in afterlife.
Hello hi, it’s been a while. What can you photography-blog about these days?
It’s still got to be pictures from my local park, as that the only place I go to. That and Tesco supermarket.
Okay, the last one isn’t from the park but who cares.
I’ve not been outside my area for over 3 months. I don’t think I’ve ever gone this long without using public transport in my life. I kinda like setting this record for myself. I will continue working from home for now so it’ll only be getting longer. I’m used to this new order, I don’t miss the old life much. The only thing is, my photography suffers. I don’t remember when I last took up my camera.
This blog might just turn into a rambling blog. Which, as I said to someone on Twitter recently, is really the best kind. *shrug