Four Calling Birds

Salford, 28th December 2019 #Birds #2019 #Christmas A couple of days into the Christmas season I thought the birds had all gone somewhere sunny I would have joined them (if I had the money) but who should arrive on a Saturday morn feathers all winded, ruffled and torn ??? Sat on the nest resting onContinue reading “Four Calling Birds”

Sounds of Winter

#ice #snow #winter Early morning wake up call the winds are bawling “Jack frosts been calling” Dancing with the frost fairies all across the land And underfoot, the fallen leaves have hardened up and stood their ground deciding not to be pushed around defiantly cracking as you tread a sign they’re sleeping – and notContinue reading “Sounds of Winter”

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 ! 🙂Continue reading “Flown Off (In Word Art)”

Autumn Leaves (in Wordart)

Salford, 23rd November 2019 #Autumn #Signal #Nature #Frost #Ice The weather’s changing, so I created this colourful arty piece with bits from an old notebook….enjoy the read Words by inky, Font type : Deathfromabove – Link – HERE As the Mercury retreats towards its bulb, i’ll be creating more of these.

Through the snowfall

#writephoto A response to the latest Thursday Photo Prompt from Sue Vincent Seems the noble prince of the forest Never misses the opportunity to go for a run Out in all weathers, but When it gets too heavy, you will Find him, under the nearest Arbour of an evergreen for shelter Leaves of the evergreenContinue reading “Through the snowfall”

Burnt Sienna

Salford, 15th September #CYW #BurntSienna I recall a leather chair the smell of it as I sat in it in the morning it’s sound as I got my back into its folds it squeaked – like a mouse looking for food Looking out beyond the glass in a warm seat looking out for snowmen beyondContinue reading “Burnt Sienna”