Two roses from Terry’s garden in Preston Park, Brighton in a glass vase. We cut the flowers as the rain started, to save them from being trashed by the latest storms. The scent they’ve brought indoors is adorable.
Autumn as a metaphor for our predicament with Covid-19: a set of images of strength, regeneration and renewal among the decay of autumn. From a walk around the Old Deer Park in Richmond then the Thames Tow Path downstream to Kew Bridge.
Adieu 2020 summertime as the clocks change back this weekend
It doesn’t come easy to do this to my photo of a beautiful sunset over the Thames at Hammersmith Bridge in June 2020 but I think it shows how things feel as the clocks change back an hour this weekend. Surely this can’t last for ever?