“Seediness has a very deep appeal… It seems to satisfy, temporarily, the sense of nostalgia for something lost; it seems to represent a stage further back.”
Graham Greene Journey Without Maps
Yes. This scene looks like the 1970s to me. A shit-heap of a decade in many ways, but nothing looks too bad from inside a strong young body.
Over the past few years my health declined to a point where I needed to let a lot of things go. Thankfully, I’m improving a bit now and trying to decide which threads to pick up again. Reviving this blog is a first step back into sharing my creative endeavours online.
I haven’t spent all of the time since my last post wandering hospital corridors, but I had an appointment this morning and thought that another shot of the same view as my last post would be a good restarting point. I prefer the composition of the October 2013 image, but this one is brighter and sharper so perhaps that’s a good omen.
I have taken quite a lot of photos during my time out from blogging, so I’ll be posting from my recent archives as well as uploading images as I take them.
There’s something about hospital corridors that appeals to me. If I had enough energy to spare I’d like to do a little project to document corridor life in a hospital.
And a reminder of what a blue sky looks like. Have a great weekend 🙂 .
Archbishop’s palace, that is. The building dates from the 13th century and is now used as a church hall.
Free entertainment on the seafront this week.
I had about twenty seconds to wind down the car window and snatch a couple of shots while waiting for the traffic lights to change. I’m quite pleased with the results and enjoyed the rare luxury of being a passenger rather than the driver. Thanks Jan!
I have seen people ride their bikes up and down the steps, but not many…