The Grill

#Greek #Cuisine #Salford #Quays A Greek Gyros – served up at Salford’s Mediacity UK You can get hungry, walking the labyrinth of paths located by my home town reminds me of a sunny coastal place by the med and on a patch of green there’s a familiar spot where holiday treats are served as meat …

Through a window (stained)

#Stained #Glass #Window #Poetry #art #crafts Produced from pieces of coloured glass individually picked out and placed in a frame capturing a scene of a famous building together, as the sun shines through each piece up on the walls a coloured scene appears reactions – by the people amazing enjoying the site on the steel …

Lockdown

#promptuarium #Lockdown #birds The birds are having a whale of a time perched as they are on the quay fencing taking in the rays of the warm summer sunshine their only dilemma for today is when their waiter service is returning for its great hopping to the waters for take out but they’re missing their …

Seagulls

Salford , 2nd April 2020 Speckled gull, Salford Quays – created in charcoal with Painter Essentials by Inky Someone is hovering over Salford’s bins every day they’ve been seen – on spying missions and some say – they’re worse than the pigeons gracefully flying through the skies until the bins on the waterside are looking …

Flown Off (In Word Art)

As its the start of winter, at the toolshed (home of the inkwell) A piece of artwork on seasonal migration….some of the birds have flown south The ducks, geese and swans (as usual) have decided to stay by the canal basin (Attracted no doubt by the free feed cast across the centenary walkway ! 🙂 …

Breakfast time

#poetry #salford #docks #geese #swans #ducks #breakfast feathered friends on Salford Quays What attracts our feathered friends to the dock on a sunday morning you would think they’d be happy simply swimming over the surface of the calm waters of the canal Could it be the man from the council Spreading sensational delights on their …

Octpowrimo – Day 22 – Broken pieces

#Octpowrimo #Brokenpieces Imperial War Museum North, Manchester UK (via the Inkwell), 22nd October 2019 How does someone express the act of war ? take you through a hundred years and tell that tale – that no one else can tell anymore. The man with a vision took a thing for brewing his cuppa and changed …