Up, down

These past few weeks I’ve been busier than the proverbial ant. To illustrate this: last week I only had two meals at home, all the others (breakfasts, lunches and dinners) were eaten on location, in the train or on the hoof. Not good! Not smart! Not elegant!

I must admit that I took on too much work – all interesting stuff to do, and most of it remunerative, too. Last week my body threw out a few ‘slow down’  signals, ones I cannot very well ignore. So I’ve given myself time to slow down a bit. Also to dawdle in the garden, one of my favourite places to dawdle in. And I took time to actually look at the many garden images I have stashed away. One thing leading to another,  I printed and framed some tulip photo’s, working title: ‘what comes up must come down’. Which is a reference to both Damien Hirst and Isaac Newton. I chose black-and-white so as to focus more on the immoderate forms of the decaying flowers.

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