Losing your mind
as you travel its paths
breadcrumbs won’t help you here
you’ll need something a little bit sturdier as you make your way
round the puzzle
if you manage to get to the centre
next thing you’ll need to do is to make your way out
that will take a while – of course
help always comes from a helpful park ranger
Causeway (Image by SC Vincent)
Created as a path across the water
a stretch of sand , gravel or road
usually gets wet when the tide comes in or
sea or river levels rise
especially after really bad storms
when that happens – its advisable to take
another route – or else
you’ll do more than get your feet wet!
Crazy Paving (By Inky)
Colourful trail leading up the garden path
rocky slabs laid at really strange angles
at first, you might think – some mad
zany designer had taken a hammer to your pavement, but
you would be wrong – each
piece has been placed on purpose
as you look carefully – each bit of stone comes into
view as part of the picture as a whole
in time you’ll spot a scene as the pieces come together
navigating their way down the garden, and
greeting visitors – welcome to our house!
Salford 12th February 2018
Coming to a big decision is
Really down to you
Of course, you have the choices laid out for you
Smorgasbord of things to do , and places to go
Some helpful advice from teachers, academics and of course, family
Reactions from friends – expected – they might be sad but
Over time – they’ll respect your decision
After you’ve weighed up all the advice
Dont panic – and
Somehow you’ll go down the right path
Manchester Town hall, St Peter’s Square Manchester
All saints day, 1st November 2017
What lies behind the corridors
tween power and learning ?
a path to who knows where ?
questions are asked in the buildings on the east
while questions are answered in the building to the west
fancy seeing what lies beyond the lights?
#Coloryourworld #cyw #vividviolet #violet
Very striking – you stand out in a crowd
In fact, your flower heads offset the other colours in the border, from the
Orange of the marigolds surrounding your stem or the
Lemon yellows of the pansies nearby
Everyone in the garden, enjoys your colourful view, as
They pass you walking on the garden path
Salford , 16th January 2017
Picture of the Manchester ship canal’s
Centenary Pathway on Salford Quays
Taken on my way home from Imperial War Museum North – on the other side of the water.
It might seem a heck of a hike – but this is the start of my path home from the museum.
Having crossed over the Millennium Bridge on the Trafford Side, I go over one or two bridges on my way home
If I follow the Lowry road this takes me to this Crossing – Detroit Bridge, which goes over the largest part of the water basins – Erie. Its a long stretch, taking in Mediacity (The New Home of the BBC in the North), Harbour City, and the Anchorage
Depending on which path I take – I pass Manchester United’s Football Ground. As you can see – this is an old photo but it shows the short distance from the stadium to home – The stadium is at the top of Trafford Road (which changes into Sir Matt Busby Way) whilst I live half way down the road by the Nearby Health Centre.
Home is just a short walk up the Garden path after I’ve reached the cul-de-sac.