Monday, February 26, 2007

buds, cricket, silver

From the bedroom window, I can see that the tulip tree, although it is in the middle distance, is already in bud.

There is a sign post at the corner of Warwick Road, which points the way to Tunbridge Wells' Neville cricket ground. There are no words on the signpost, which relies entirely on graphics to do its job. The simple image consists of : three stumps, two bails and a ball. The ball is hitting a stump and one of the bails is in the air.

The vertical lines of silver birches seem to have a light of their own as they contast with the browns and greys of other trees and shrubs which climb the slopes of the Common

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