In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Artist’s Eye.”
The Human eye captures million’s of images every day. How They are interpreted is a bit of a flying fish shoot.
I’m currently doing a photography course at the Brain and Spinal Injury Centre in Salford, as part of my ongoing rehabilitation, and living in the city gives an ideal opportunity to capture clouds
I was so taken by the clouds one day – I wrote a poem about them – “Marshmallows” – which you can find on the blog here https://inkdropblog.wordpress.com/2015/10/25/marshmallows/
“Light Fluffy Clouds up there in the sky….”
Local Artists too, Had the knack to capture Salford’s Skies, indeed , the picture I’ve posted may have been a lot different in L.S. Lowry’s Time – perhaps down to the fact that most industry bid farewell to the Manchester Ship Canal with the closure of the docks, leaving less pollution in the sky and a much bluer hue.