the world shifts into monochrome,
vivid joys sinking beneath a blanket
of dour uncertainty as muggy winds
drive downpours in sweeping passage;
yet an earnest heart bides, awaiting
hope’s illumination and the chance for
technicolour dreams to burst again
into explosions of energetic growth
Day 86 of 365 Days Wild was a very grey day – and far too windy to photograph close ups – so I thought I’d have a play around with some black and white edits for the pictures that I took while out and about for a very slow wander around to the meadow. My mood was also rather low as, for the first time in months, my back has been playing up again and I was in quite a lot of pain. The months off work on furlough have been good for me, physically. Being back at work – and not in my usual part of the business (the play area) which is still closed – has been gruelling.
The lack of colour, I felt, suited the day well.
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