The earth revolves slowly on it’s wonky axis, tilting us northern hemispherites and our trees and houses and snails and bicycles further and further away from the sun during the second half of the year. Shorter days and cooler nights result; and, in response, within the leaves of the tilted trees, amazing colourful chemistry happenings [...]
Archive for September 2010
Some little mosses who have found their home along the window edges of a small yellow motor car
Last sunday was the second day of my blog and I forgot my camera! Luckily I was able to borrow a camera phone, as I snuck inside the gate of a New Covenant Gospel Church, seduced by the fresh bright green leaves and splodges of pink paint…
Jumped off my bike to investigate this big little plant, and almost missed my lunch as a result. It just looked so lush and abundant compared with its little little plant neighbours.
Found: whilst exploring a different route to my local shop.
My first blog post! I would like to start with one of my first and favourite Amazingness photographs, one that got me started on my way into developing the Amazingness project. I had been wandering around Deptford with my camera, researching the area visually. Afterwards, I kept looking at this photograph that I’d taken, and [...]