Spring Break

Once again apologies for the break in transmission. I see that I last wrote in November 2017. That feels like a complete lifetime ago. For starters it was the dead of winter. The beginning of what felt like the apocalypse in London – dark and dreary with no end in sight. But we got through it, albeit with a lot more snow than anticipated (global warming what?) and now we are at the start of what I’m hoping will be a beautiful summer. I don’t want to bore you (or me for that matter) with talk of the weather but it does influence my mood. While most people find Spring to be invigorating and hopeful as it winds its way into summer, I find the odd showers and strange winds can make it forlorn or nostalgic. Like a teenage girl left to her own devices in a big old house while the grown ups are laughing and smoking in the garden. She’s all dressed up with nowhere to go.

There’s something restless about the air – an anticipation and a fear of being left behind but at the same time wanting to start afresh. I guess that’s what change is – fear and excitement rolled into one. And before you know it, the uncertainty and blossoms are over and a bright and confident Summer arrives. As if it was always there and never planned to leave. I hope you like the images…

 

 

image credits: fashionography / british vogue / fashion editorials / vague visages / farfetch /

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