Challenge 30 – No10

Food…..or should I say Foooood! I could be some time with this particular part of the challenge !(sic) I mean where to begin – I’m a bit of a foodie. I enjoy my food – not just the meats but the pasta and vegetables as well. Christmas time sees a smorgasbord of delights, from SpicedContinue reading “Challenge 30 – No10”

Challenge 30 – No6

“A Snails eye view’ #photography #closeup #abstract “You are a noisy mollusc….” Dougal the Dog to Brian the Snail – Magic Roundabout This was a toughie when working on #challenge30, I mean – how do you get a snails eye view ? You would have to be a snail wouldn’t you? I let my imaginary snail loose around the house –Continue reading “Challenge 30 – No6”

Early Morning

Salford 23rd August 2018 Squeaky doors are better clarion calls than any alarm clock on the market   Slumbered silence broken by a cistern attracts you to the noise of the nearby main road   Luna’s departure allows Ra to announce “The morning is here! it’s time to get up”   And motorised monsters orContinue reading “Early Morning”

Spiders in the house

#spiders #web #house 22nd June 2018 an acrostic from inkdrop from a prompt from the imaginarium sometimes I wonder why they’re there popping up from out of the garden and setting up in the kitchen i get the idea, these six legged fellows don’t like the cold… desperate, they’ll weave their webs in hidden spaces,Continue reading “Spiders in the house”

Fragile

Fragile For years now, people have been ranting over the amount of packaging an item is wrapped in. a thing they need to consider is where it’s going to. There’s a lot of movement in a delivery van, and if the owners don’t want their precious vases turned into a jigsaw puzzle lifting the cargoContinue reading “Fragile”

Banana butties 🥪

Salford, 4th April 2018 built of sterner stuff than your average elevenses a wonderous mix of fruity goodness nautically navigated via big boats and delivered to supermarket shelves and next, layered tween two slices of buttered bread an absolute delight, with your afternoon beverage

Radiant

Radiant Salford, 2nd April 2018   Radiant in the dawn of sunset a candle lights the darkness dim at first, but getting brighter illuminating the building with its brothers and sisters as power goes – it gives a torch a run for its money not to mention the electricity grid the fuses die ? –Continue reading “Radiant”