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Helen Dunmore, Aquilegia and Reflection

16 Jan

I have finished Helen Dunmore’s last novel, Birdcage Walk, today and it was as gripping as suggested, a thriller that can’t be put down, especially the last third. I love her poetry too.What a loss to the literary world.

Birdcage Walk

The buds of the creamy white Aquilegia in the bunch that I was given last week have now opened and are very lovely.

White Aquilegia

From my seat across the kitchen, I noticed the lovely reflection of the satsumas in the work top.

Satsumas and their reflection

It pleases me that sometimes there is a serendipitous linking between my photos  –  today the warmth of the golden colours.

 
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Posted by on January 16, 2018 in Beauty, books, nature, Photography, Postaday2018

 

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One response to “Helen Dunmore, Aquilegia and Reflection

  1. calvin

    January 17, 2018 at 4:26 am

    A book finished; the words live on after the writer. Bloom to reflective orange and the serendipitous that delights you. Your post today reminds me of a song record by Buffy Sainte-Marie and written by Leonard Cohen, ‘God Is Alive Magic is Afoot’.

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