There is a shortage of time today as the farmer and I are going to our friend's funeral later this morning and then will not be back home much before tea time. This evening is my evening class on the art, literature and poetry of the Great War (which I am enjoying immensely). So here is a bit of inspiration for you.
When we went to my Grand-daughter's wedding a couple of Saturdays ago, we passed very close to The Angel of the North, the iconic statue by Antony Gormley, which stands alongside the A1 trunk road just outside Newcastle. There is a convenient lay-by and the statue is surrounded by a large, grassy area. I hadn't realised just how very tall it is - it is most impressive. It has made me want to go to Crosby, near Liverpool, to see his figures in the sea even more. Good art is always inspirational.
Here you are Liz - I have made the print more readable - just for you!