I went for a walk and the colour of autumn is everywhere. The change of season from a vibrant summer to a sombre and foggy surroundings made me feel rather melancholy. While I kicked the autumn leaves I couldn’t help but think the colours of autumn are there to help us transition into winter. I would like to think that autumn is a season for adjustments.
This photo was taken just before the Battersea Power Station was officially closed for redevelopment into luxury apartments.
What a different scene on a weekend. What happened to the crowd? Lol
It’s Halloween and during this time of the year we will watch at least one horror film. I’ve still not decided which horror film I will watch on Netflix today but I remember taking a photo from my travel to Porto, Portugal in 2014. It was a photo of an abandoned building and since it’s Halloween, here’s a photo which I have entitled Haunted House – enter at your own risk.
When summer was at it’s peak in 2014. A shady hideout under an age old tree in Kew Gardens, London.
Around the world in a red onion balloon is a digital art painting that I experimented on my iPad.
East Enders – a photo montage of my visit to Brick Lane.
Recovery takes time, courage, encouragement and faith. To those whom I have wiped the tears from your eyes when times were tough and to those whom your stories of continuous search for healing have touched me. Here’s an illustration. Take heart my friends, your season of healing will come.
Dressing the trees in Kew Gardens, London.