Tag: autumn

I-spy with lil’ old Ricoh

Autumn brings some colourful visuals to my local walk so I dug out my decade-old, battered, pocketable Ricoh CX3 and went rambling. The camera is still taking good enough shots, if unremarkable, and I’m sentimentally fond of it too. (there is a new Ricoh… Continue Reading “I-spy with lil’ old Ricoh”

It’s a no-no

A somewhat nostalgic no-nonsense nominative poem for Sanaa’s Poetics prompt: November

For T. E. Hulme

These verses reference some poems of T. E. Hulme – father of Imagist poetry and hence I have tried to capture the aesthetic of this movement for Frank’s prompt: Imagism revisited