Do You See?
Friends, non-Romans and all-country-people! I shall do a post tonight.
About small things. Because small things make me happy.
First, I have more photos added to my Stirling Greens album. Take a gander.
Walking down to the town and before that, jogging in some back lanes of the campus’ wilderness, it felt a little sad again. I’d have to leave all this very soon.
You’re right. I’m looking at flights back home, what is best, what is relatively cheaper and not a crappy travel back home. I could be gone anytime post 20th. Many reasons. One of them — work is warship. And I’m kinda riddled now.
You don’t have to feel bad. Just so you know I always stumble upon the strange and the subtle (applied to people, places and things), here’s an old abandoned structure I came upon while jogging/walking. Tell me if you know what it is, what the history is here:
This is a mobile cam photo, when I lost my way jogging in the evening. Don’t know what this structure is about. Looks abandoned. The road does not go anywhere. There’s a barrier beyond which a main road can be seen with cars plying… I turned back from here.
And dusk here. Dusk in that photo above. Dusk merits tender words, as if embers, for it does get a little cold even in the summer in Stirling. Is your dusk another? So what, just read this:
“Dusk” BY RAE ARMANTROUT
No, I’m not like that. I just finished planning a Highlands visit — one night’s stay and train tickets and all! Details soon. Slàinte mhath! I’m going back to my pint of Stella before it’s totally dark here. Stay tuned.