Milton keynes — Apparently my granddad regularly told my mum to remember to look up whenever she was walking around London: “the tops of buildings are often far more attractive or interesting than the bottom.” Consequently, I was brought up the same way. The same rule often applies indoors, too. It’s a good rule to live by.
Katrineholm — Looking at the sky is the act of a visionary. Raising your head, measuring the distance, that sense of inter-connectedness as you imagine all those other places you could be at that same time, if you ...
Melbourne — One of the world’s tallest residential buildings, the Eureka Tower is said to be home to more than a thousand people. No doubt other superlative statistics might be dredged up, but I am more interest...
Kirkfield — The best nights for star photography are the coldest nights. It was early April—only -2ºC. But Venus was shining above the horizon and the north skies beckoned, so I headed outside to try my luck. Wi...
What if We had wings?
To hold it all and never let go...
Drowning in the Corn Yellow Sky...
Listening to coyotes calling in the western forest
Dusk to Dust
Within without | A James Turrell Skyspace in Canberra all along
Sunrise, and one reason to stay :-)
From this place
Looking up #3
Looking up #2
Looking up #1
Day 92 #100HappyDays: The flag of Scotland
Another outlandish sky this evening ...
And sometimes rainbows can float ...
Cloudspotting: Disappointingly few...
Blue moment in the town
Day 53 #100HappyDays: Curly contrails
Sense of Summer.
A certain darkness is needed to see stars. – Osho
Standing beneath the night sky
Standing above Lapland at the top of Mount Nuolja
X marks the spot
In the Clouds
Clear sky in Tokyo Today.
Backlit river views
Big open sky at the beach.On Sunday I struggled through 26.2 miles and hated most of it. I was tired, hurt and sick. But mostly disappointed.
The clouds were lovely this afternoon.
Hawk sitting overhead as I wait at a traffic light
Always remember to look up.
I couldn't help myself, I tilted my head and looked to the sky.