4th June 2019
Some say its blue,
Some say its green
Whilst some say it’s some place in between
Colour that appears
on a sunny, sandy beach
Where it laps on the sand so you know it’s in reach
And held in a stone – you’ll find it in rings
Strange are the reaction from recipient it brings
circled by diamonds – the prettiest of things
Its supposed to symbolise courage
this bright coloured birthstone for march
hiding in mines down below – the ones with a very big arch.
Museum of science and industry, castlefield, Manchester.
Inky’s thoughts on the waterwheel
Watching the water
turning the wheel
that moved the gears
that moved the cogs
which turned the stones
that milled the grain
to make the flour
that went into the bread
sold in the shops
the very next morning
One of a kind ? Definitely!
round here, you won’t see another one
its possible you could copy it … but this jewel has
got something about it …
never seen elsewhere
lakes, mountains and caves of the area
With my new camera acquired the other day , I took it along to BASICs Camera class where we had a session of picture taking out in BASICs Garden – “The Enchanted Garden”
The Aim was to find some abstract art in and around the garden – whether it be in the plants, the trees, the flowers or even in the buildings that made up the garden
My favourite pic this session? The Path of Leaves!
Really enjoyed this session as I get to grips with my new camera.
No Session next week – but i’ll still be busy – as I look for five things to capture
Something Red, A Portrait, Water, A Reflection, and an Old Building
and as a bonus challenge – I’ve got to do a compilation of all five items