Ok so it’s back to this ongoing game of hide and seek started by the Wellington Monument. It seems to me the deer are doing the seeking, maybe they have been told to count up to a hundred first. The monument has made a slightly better attempt at hiding on this occasion but still I’m not sure about its ability to totally fade into the background. It looks like it has moved into a suitable position behind all the darkened trees but really somebody should tell it to maybe lean over a little. I am beginning to develop a love of photographing the monument these days, I really love wandering off deep into the park and then turning around to see what kind of position the monument seems to have found itself in. At times it genuinely does seem like the monument can move around…………………………………………………………I think I will have to cut todays post short, why ?
Well let me explain, if you could see the scene in front of me at this very moment in time you would also find it difficult to write this post. Basically I have a maniac two year old child leaping around the room to his new great love which just happens to be “Sitting On A Fence” by The Housemartins.
So with the words “Dance Daddy” ringing in my ears I will bid you good-bye.