Green is hardening and settling into its summer uniformity, sky a summer firm blue. Light hard, unforgiving. Shadows now conceal and disguise, creating geometries of absence. Slight breeze and hum of activity. Noticing diversity of flower type as I walk, a glorious abundance from an urban street walk.
A long cut home along the Wensum riverside. A warm sunny, shadow filled walk with rippling leaf shadows, contrasty geometric lines, ducks and a formation of builders.
A walk eastwards along the beach from Overstrand with two friends. A sunny, but slightly bleached feel to the morning. Tide out, sky wholeheartedly blue and sea calm. Enjoyed catching up inside this beautiful morning.
An evening pilgrimage to the UEA bluebells. A warm sunny close, of a stunning day.
Softly lit woods, bluebells glowing quietly. Noticing: the quiet, the invitation of the woodland paths, wispy feathered clouds and strong blues and greens.
12/05. A twilight walk around Whitlingham Broad. A setting sun, bats flitting overhead and the moon’s reflection in a puddle.
An unexpectedly sunny, late afternoon walk, following an overcast rainy day. Around the U.E.A broad and along the River Yare to Cringleford. Strong sun, suspended blossom, glorious greens and crisp reflections, lush.
An overcast rain threatening afternoon. Strolling along the river Wensum, with a friend, to hang out under the A146. Noticing patterns, reflections and graffiti textures. Captured sounds of cars passing overhead and the passing of a Cambridge bound train.
A pilgrimage to Bluebells that underwhelmed. A cool, but unexpectedly sunny woodland walk. New greens abound, limey, peachy, yellowing, sandy and orange. Light dappling in, with branch shadows, still just visible. A grandparent Oak and an enjoyed rope swing.
A still of a day, full of quiet productivity. Noticing: bird song, bluebells, pathways and new growth.