#CB&W #Weather When i saw this prompt from cees black and white challenge, I expect you knew the response you see - It's blooming Autumn, they cried! The weather's bound to be bad,  said some we're gearing up for winter Hot climates moved back, said others, towards the equator... Everyone's thinking of heading where its... Continue Reading →



#CB&W #Clouds Tuesday afternoon. Marshmallows floating over Greater Manchester Take away the blue in the sky and those clouds seem to develop like a photograph in a laboratory the clouds grow and move become more defined and you find yourself looking for sleeping cherubs


#CB&W #clouds #seasons #autumn     Clouds - a reflection from inky Now living during autumn 🍂 in the north of England, you tend to see a few of these. When the wind makes its way east or west, they tend to follow its path They've got funny names as well .... cumulus is the... Continue Reading →

Cotton candy clouds

as the sun says peek a boo over multi coloured high rises for an hour or two Skies turn into confectioners delights as cotton candy clouds turn from white to blue with occasional shades of pink or yellow

Outer Layers

Outer Layers Salford 19th August 2017 They say clothes make the man / woman well, whoever wrote that obviously lives somewhere nearer to the equator than i do. They've also never experienced the phenomenon that is Horizontal Rain. If its sunbathing weather - then obviously i'll be in shirt sleeves and a pair of shorts... Continue Reading →

walking through pea soup

Foggy a cold morning on a Salford autumn day the vapour gathering round lampposts neon attempts in vain to cut through roads deserted for miles dipped headlights order of the day yet no ones on the road school patrols in day glo uniform stand lonesome all football ⚽️ matches in the schoolyard called as score draws... Continue Reading →

Storms a Passing

From the Archive at, thought i'd share this one - a poem on the rain!   The field needs a watering so nature gives a hand layering the clouds so they're above the land As sun heads off to the other side of the world the pockets of clouds are about to be unfurled... Continue Reading →

Air Snaps

Crisp In the cold light of day you could break off the mist and eat it all up   Say that its biting it keeps things fresh not frosty at all   Just cold enough to take the heat off and highten tastebuds

Clouds in the water

#weather #water #reflections #poetry Salford, 15th May 2017 You could almost mistake them for the real thing confused Canada geese try to eat them as an appetiser before lunch they seem to float gently on the waters edge easy pickings for our feathered friends Bubbles arise from deep below but clever fish they do not... Continue Reading →

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