Looking for Summer

I was just looking through my photos I’d taken in the past few days (unfortunately there aren’t many of them) and thought why not select a few and upload. They might not be marvellous or perfect or anything of that sort but there are some which for some curious reason I really like.

This one I like probably because we don’t see many colours lately only grey thanks to the wonderful British weather.

This little red flower represents a brief summer romance. It was lying on the ground all by itself and I felt really sorry for it. It must have been grabbed by the wind and then abandoned. It is probably still there, worn out and unconscious. Or maybe someone picked it up and put it in her hair and they lived happily ever after.

Yeah, that’s me… But that’s not the point. The point is the mixture of warm colours: red and green and brow and the contrast of Old (furniture) and New (car). And because of the reflection it seems a bit mysterious to me. But feel free to disagree.:)

 

A Bit of The Host

If you read a good book there’s always a line or two which you will remember forever:

“And he was my friend. Not that he wouldn’t kill me if things turned out that way, but he wouldn’t like doing it. With humans, what more could you ask of a friend?” (The Host; Stephenie Meyer)

Yes, maybe it does sound melodramatic, probably it is. But for those who like drama this book is a real heaven.

And the film is coming next year. I wouldn’t say I look forward to it though, I rather expect it to be a disappointment but hopefully I’ll be surprised.