A Quiet New Year

The day before Christmas Eve I wrote and photographed a poem called “Letting Go: A Quiet Breath” and the quiet days have continued here from then through to this new year of 2018. These beloved souls are my three grandchildren: Finn, 3; Theo, 8, and Eleanor, 11. In the park with their parents, Simon, with […]

Letting Go: A Quiet Breath

As the peace arrives, letting go And the silence waits, letting go There is nothing left to do now but let go. Put the work away, letting go One more thing away, letting go There is nothing more to do now but let go. Letting go, like a prayer Like a dream of nothing there […]

In here

“In here I have listened to myself think And listened to nothing at all. In here I am always more like me, Safe in my special place, This place to simply be In here. At peace lighting candles, So many candles, over so many wishes, Over so many years, over so much lifetime, In here. […]

The Shining

A Friday Walk then, in all but name, as it’s happening on a Saturday. And a walk done so many times it’s become a meditation now. The Shining Shore.Taking place in the lanes around Thurstaston on the far side of the Wirral, I’ve not been here since last March. Mostly urban walking in Liverpool since […]

The Age of Absurdity

Modern life is not, as Blur once suggested, rubbish. But it’s certainly absurd. People are buying less oranges because they can’t be bothered to peel them. People feel entitled to have whatever they want, because they endlessly want things and therefore think they ‘deserve’ them. And people increasingly believe that they can ‘positive think’ their […]