Tag: which way challenge

Back to Blackfriars

Back in the days just before all the lockdowns began when we took such social crowding for granted and Blackfriars Underpass along the Thames’ Southbank walkway was full of pedestrians. I hesitate to take photos of people face to face but managed to capture… Continue Reading “Back to Blackfriars”

Puddled

it’s spring when the world is puddle-wonderful — E. E. cummings I have no ‘wellies’ now that there is no one to help pull them off, to tug against that powerful suction between rubber and sock and where the equal and opposite forces have… Continue Reading “Puddled”

Single file

I often wonder how ancient are these footpaths that traverse the arable fields and speculate on them being all that’s left of public rights of way after the 18th and 19th century Enclosure Acts stole so much from us peasants! ‘Use them or lose… Continue Reading “Single file”