Cats only live once
This piece of prose and haiku (known as a haibun) was inspired by a friend's comment on the summit of Pen-y-ghent in Yorkshire, that he expected the water of a shake hole below to peel back and reveal Blofeld's secret lair as in You Only Live Twice! I've chosen to interweave Blofeld's moggy for...
An idea which sprang from the Pop My Mind 2nd Anniversary Party when this quote from Oscar Wilde was mentioned! Love fells even the strongest warrior....
The path less travelled
Walkers on a little used path in Waveney Forest, East Norfolk.
Sunlight shining through the arches of the Ribblehead Viaduct in North Yorkshire, before the storm arrived on a walk to the summit of Whernside.
Breydon Water mudflats at low tide. The lonely patch of green salt marsh vegetation contrasted with the grey mud and the big sky of Norfolk as winter approaches was an image of loneliness, both beautiful and melancholic at the same time.
Angel of the East
This is a haiga (haiku combined with artwork) inspired by the Angel of the East at Blythburgh in Suffolk. In fading light, it's such a sad image.