It rained today in Rome, big fat drops that sent minuscule chills down my spine because they contrasted so much with the heat and the sunshine beating down upon our hats at noon on a Wednesday. That was the second time it had rained, the first being on our first proper outing (the major downside … Continue reading The Sunny Side of Roma
(ie. a picture post, but the above sounded more magical 😉 ) My Monday photo was of a monolith outside the Reading Forbury Gardens celebrating those who had lost their lives fighting for the country and justice. Today's post is of the other sights I saw and some of the pictures I took in my … Continue reading Forbury Gardens: A Photographic Study
We are winding down the WTCB September posts now. I’ve had so much fun this month delving further into my novel and its characters, symbolism, et cetera, but, unfortunately, September can’t last forever. To add to that, tomorrow I’m moving into my hall at Reading University, so I have to unscrew my literary blogger hat … Continue reading (WTCB September) On Journeys
Hey-o, Blogworld, I'm off tomorrow to the beautiful African country of Uganda. Yup, my one-and-a-half weeks' return to the nature of blogging was temporary, as I dart overseas for more time than ever before. What, you may ask, am I do to in Uganda for nigh-on three weeks? Well, for a few days, I will … Continue reading Off to Uganda
It's photo of the week day, yay! (My favourite low-cognitive post-day!). I wanted a Spring vibe, but I didn't see any great flower focus points. Will check for next week. Instead, here's some experimental, natural framework photography, from the window of a minibus.