The moon has been visible in the early mornings
but it seems to have vanished in my photo. If you strain
your eyes horribly, you can see it just above the
'V' of the buildings.
I have been finishing a project before going away from
the city for two weeks.
Herewith three city things:
1. A street fair
2. A behind the scenes look at the fabrication of a sculpture.
If you blow the picture up you can see all the little pieces of wood
that undulate in the sculpture.
3. The lighting crew organizing things for a shoot.
On a quite different topic, I have just finished reading a book I loved so much I had to ration myself from gobbling it all up at once and neglecting the rest of my life.
concerns the fate and fortunes of all the inhabitants of a large, decaying English country house.
One quote: The electricity plant was old and out of date. It was on its last legs, but it must be made to do, because, as the major frequently pointed out, he could not afford to replace it. It must be spared, he decreed, as much as possible. Since he was very economical in everything that did not directly affect his own comfort, the household had to wait for light until he wanted light himself.
I think many of us have met Major Marwood.
Anyway, it is a terrific read, with wonderful insight into the human heart.