Bluebells

Another scribble for the coloryourworld month by inky. Artwork by Inky – created in painter from google stock art Birds follow the noise of these colourful flowers Lightly swaying in the spring breeze Under the cover of a spruce they’re spread Enjoying the protection from the passing showers Beautiful colours to please the eye EncompassingContinue reading “Bluebells”

The return of Spring

Salford, 12th March 2019 I hear the mercury creeping up the kitchen thermometer but the boiler’s having none of it steam rising in the cold air from his friend , the kettle white mist still apparent from outside while red skies mix with blue as evening falls and the evergreens move in the breeze whilstContinue reading “The return of Spring”

Waiting for the flowers

Salford, 9th March 2019 A patch of earth on some barren land Was turned over, fed and watered Earth dug up in places on Seeds or bulbs planted Over the next few months, the process continued – and Moments passed – until the arrival of a green leaf popping out of the ground Expect rainbowsContinue reading “Waiting for the flowers”

A Japanese Maple in Salford

Salford, 2nd March 2019 Winter wasn’t kind to our friend round the back Who was anchored to the rocks by its roots The evergreens kept a watchful eye As it sat there dormant in the wind rain and snow Till one day last week – a clarion call from our feathered chums returning from theirContinue reading “A Japanese Maple in Salford”

Bee Industrious

25th August 2018 #beeinthecity #manchester Museum of Science and Industry, Castlefield, Manchester Busy little bee sits in his own little world Among flowers and scents and colour working over the flower beds where the people wait for the train industrious little fellow he is

Honeycomb Ii

Manchester, 11th august   #beeinthecity #manchester #hunnypot   six sided structure created by worker bees for the colony   sleeping in their nest little bees dream of honey from flowers next door   Travelling over air homing pigeons cannot beat worker bees radar   treasures collected from inside the flower head create a sweet thingContinue reading “Honeycomb Ii”