Light In The Week

The weather this week has been it’s usual changeable self, here in the UK, it’s what you get and you never really get used to it.

The wind has been a major factor during the week, not great for walking in, but on the upside we have sold a lot of replacement fence panels at work this week!

Light Beyond

Light Beyond

Wednesday’s sunrise was the probably the most interesting for a long time, it was a great walk, a walk where my mind was taken by the process of writing my poem “A Prayer for Alice”, the words that morning were bouncing around my head as I walked and indeed all day, I couldn’t get them out of my mind, I was writing in spare moments at work until I completed it that evening, but more an Alice later.  The sunrise was a deep red upon the clouds, the images below were taken at the same place as the photo that forms the banner at the top of my blog, taken from the top of Beacon Hill, once again a similar effect, absolutely stunning.

Morning's Red Highlights

Morning’s Red Highlights

Painted Clouds

Painted Clouds

The rest of the week was a mix of wind, sun and rain, but it is getting warmer and I think the snow has well and truly gone for a while.

Early Light

Early Light

Climbing Light

Climbing Light

Steps To Reflect

Steps To Reflect

Breaking Light

Breaking Light

On The Waves

On The Waves

I don’t want you to go
One million miles away
Let you know that it’s okay (let you know that it’s okay)
I will bring you back home
Shelter you from the wind
Light a path with a burning flame (light a path with a burning flame)
We can start with today
(Start Today by Before Their Eyes)

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