So turns out the ‘Friday Frames’ series is less of an ‘every Friday’ type thing, more of a ‘sometimes, often not on a Friday’ type thing. Let’s call it an ‘occasional photography series’. Okay good, I feel better now. I’ve really learned that the best way to enjoy this blog is to just go with the flow and post what I feel like when I feel like it.
And on that note, here’s a picture of some cows in a field in Lincolnshire. The sun had just risen, and I had woken up in a room with the radiators turned on. I can’t stand sleeping with central heating on, even when it’s freezing, because it gives me a potentially real and potentially completely psychosomatic headache. I therefore put on shoes and a big jumper over my pyjamas and clumped down the long drive of the farm where we were staying. I say clumped because I can never quite bring myself to tie my shoelaces when I’m wearing shoes with pyjamas, and a strange trying-to-stop-shoes-coming-off gait is the result. . It was lovely to be out in the cold, fresh air. And then I came to rest on a gate in front of a field full of cows.* And that was lovely too.
Listening to Gold Digger by Kanye West and Jamie Foxx, Don’t Speak by No Doubt and Here (in your arms) by Hellogoodbye.
*… also horses.
Moderately incoherent rambling and photograph © Rebecca Daley and ohtogoawandering, 2015.