In my local park, LS7.
This afternoon, about 4 o’clock. Walking home, I was hailed and rained on.
Despite the ongoing difficulties, people of various ages have
been out enjoying the snow.
Or in my case, watching people of various ages enjoying the snow…
This was last Friday afternoon, in Chapel Allerton Park, LS7.
And it was a beautiful day.
This second lockdown is hard.
The longest month in history? – and still 12 days to go.
Yesterday afternoon in Chapel Allerton Park, Leeds, LS7.
I came home and looked up.
I was inspired, despite the present difficulties.
This is on the back road to Otley.
One of the millions of rainbows that have appeared in recent months.
The 8pm clapping finished last week – but we are still thankful –
Thank you NHS and thank you NHS workers.
And thanks to the artists at East Breary Farm too…
Not the only one leaving.
A recent commission was to draw this house in Chapel Allerton, Leeds.
It was built 200 years ago, in 1820 – the same year that Anne Brontë was born and HMS Beagle first launched.
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It’s four in the afternoon, the end of December
I’m painting this now just to make me feel better
North Leeds is cold, but I like where I’m living
There’s music on Francis Street all through the evening…