For Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge this week I have Water. It’s not the salty splashy stuff though but a calm ornamental lake on Hampstead Heath…

… I can’t do the brown rocks, so how about some brown freshly tilled soil? A field prepared for sowing on Ellern Mead Farm…

…Both the above shots taken in the past month šŸ™‚

Actually, I forgot – I do have some of the salty stuff with some very big rocks in the distance šŸ˜‰ There’s even a family! …

…Marbella, taken back in 2008 šŸ™‚

Lets start with something simple – Glass…

…then there’s Geranium…

Those were both taken at a garden centre we visited yesterday. I have Herb Robert growing in my back garden – which is a wild form of Geranium. But currently the wilder part of my garden is a sea of pale blue Field Forget-me-Nots…

…Away from gardens and into the City of London…

…This is looking south along Bishopsgate and the curvy office building just left of centre is 30 St.Mary Axe, commonly called The Gherkin.

Catch up with Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge Here.

Sun on the back
Burns through the black
A coat - still needed
Wards off the Winter chill
In the cold blue
Of the empty sky

Though Spring has sprung
Its Daffodils are gone
Golden hordes forgotten
Until next year
Now Daisies pepper the grass
Of the Central Square

Basking in the glory
Of a bright Spring day
The square within a rectangle
A space to display...
The churches, the school...
The architecture of Lutyens 

This poem was published for glopowrimo/napowrimo and it is also my entry for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge which is hosted this week by BeckyB. We’ve been asked to provide Bright Rectangles and I can assure you the sun was very bright yesterday!