How are you doing?
It’s been a busy couple of months for me, what with finishing my degree and moving back home. I’m in the process of applying for my Masters – fingers, thumbs and toes crossed for that!
Here’s a small collection my photography from my back garden in black and white (my favourite) for you to enjoy. I’m still learning, but that’s all part of the fun! Kudos and love to my mother who makes the flowers look as wonderful as they do. (Plus a couple of doggy pics – aren’t they handsome?)
The top image has words from a recent favourite poem of mine: “Inversnaid” by Gerard Manley Hopkins. The poem details much the way I empathise with nature, and how sometimes, for better or worse, us humans intervene. It really is beautiful, so I urge you to take a peek.
Try reading it aloud in your best Scottish accent, I do! It’s great fun; plus it’s helped me memorise it.
For the poem see here: Inversnaid
For more on Hopkins see here: The Poet
Take care, with love,
How does nature make you feel?