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Tivetshall long mile - all grasses flowing in a pink.
Again I have seen a man with a bicycle holding a large
bunch of sweet williams.
Man seen on next visit in the same lane, (walpole church
spire above the bank).
Coming round the corner, in the distance, towards me
wheeling a bicycle and carrying on his handlebars a large
bunch of flowers.
It seems country people visit each other on bicycles still
and take with pride a bunch of flowers, that they have
grown, to their friends. Often in the country garden a
row of flowers is grown for cutting e.g. sweet williams,
gladioli, chrisantherum, sweet pea (in abundance).
A sea of bloom.
They said goodbye for a long time
clutching their flowers.
Poppies, date, oil,
Working on a small insignificant corner of the
‘man in the second polytunnel’
an individual one close up is a dramatic arrangement of pink-white-yellow.
a bank is like a fabric
or in detail like the background flowers
of a mediaeval enclosed garden ref. Kenneth Clark ‘Landscape in art
or the details of a subdued French tapestry
I want to make it seem quiet like a temple
[the contemporary temple - the worship of
flowers in a garden centre]
quite often a Sunday worship - not a bad idea.
To Diss by bus.
Along came a lady stiffly dressed in beige silk, a suit and prim because it was a Sunday. She rounded the
corned of a large bush and was picked out in sunshine. She didn’t see me - a phrase came to mind:
‘Wild flowers will soften the stiffest lady’
At Gissing a man stood hiding his bicycle with a large bunch of sweet williams clutched at the centre of the
Behind him the round towered church and lovely cockerel up in the sky
At his side, on the corner the little chapel with new bright yellow door in a clearing. in a copse.
I’m interested in the way people stand with bicycles and flowers.
Often is is necessary to walk as the flowers are precious and may break.
Country people often walk with their bicycles. They are an aid to rely on when tired.
The great things the contact with the roadside and hedgerows and the slowness of progress is relatively unimportant.
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