toni: my dear geometric-yet-curvy you!
thank you for all bloggage... and so glad you liked pics. when they finally arrived. the boy and his father were at the table ne t to us in the turner contemporary gallery cafe in margate - keith and i dived in there before our Long Walk from broadstairs; just so we could say we had been, really.
was v cool - all salad + veg provided by local allotments and an ama ing view of the bay, plus, of course That Light. the focus of concentration in the photo was the boy being allowed to choose to chomp on one sugar-lump from the bowl on the table - and him struggling to choose between the white or the brown... whilst his grandmother, thinking rather futilely of his teeth, insisted he 'really wouldn't like' either...
in terms of ne t shots - still don't have round pebble, but have a nice pic of daisies [the centre of which is round - could forward this?] also, am going to coast on thursday [providing no gales!] so could do seaside te tures then... would def have time to send this over friday..
hope work not too arduous today - all my seedlings have been blown around garden in wind whilst i was away, so am going to attempt to reunite their bruised souls with their pots now!
jenny: this was the round pic I tried - and failed - to send all those days
not sure if I still like it - rather lost its 'peering down a concrete
pipe' feel somehow – so am off to hunt out some other roundness...
toni: Oh! But it's wonderful....spherically super! Don't change! X PS the daisies are in dropbox - the fuzzy ones at the back are round. ish.
jenny: off to take a peek!
ah - perfectly round - perfectly lovely! and such heavenly (literally maybe?) blue tones; did you get a stiff neck, all that looking up? I tried the same thing in Germany and got muddy knees and elbows - mine were rather inconveniently growing on the ground!
toni: Sadly, was also ON ramparts, <alongside> daisies... and hence v familiar with muddy knee (and cheek!) concept you describe. (my phone won't open attached pic, will take proper look, later). X x meanwhile have just stabbed grubby little finger into iporn book and came up with [after rejecting five others...] 'find something that disrupts a pattern'. which i know you did last week... so might be in the groove to do so again...