Monday evening — I look out of the tube window as we go overground.
I see the drama in the sky and the pastel buildings of Stockholm.
Take out my phone and snap a quick photo.
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I’m celebrating six years of blogging with a look at the Tate Modern – a fabulous museum housed in the former Southbank Power Station – that I visited on my recent trip to England.
The old turbine hall is now the dramatic entrance of the art gallery.
The themes of space and light
Are also present in the art galleries themselves. (They used to be the boiler rooms of the power station).
Even the back of the turbine hall
Is full of light and enormous space.
(That round ball shape on the right is actually a small child.)
As the gallery was closing,
The sun created its own artwork
Of light and shadows and beauty.
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On Earth Day, nature gave us the gift
Of big rolling skies and dramatic clouds;
Of our local jetty, finally revealed
As the ice melted away
To leave a lake of burnished copper.
The canopy of the sky
Seemed so close and so beautiful
That all we had to do was reach up
And touch it.
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How glorious a greeting
The sky gives gives
When a dragon of clouds
Sweeps in to breathe light
And colour into the world.
And on the day of the Spring Equinox,
The light declares: I’m back!
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Dramatic moody sunset
Bringing delicious cool breezes,
And a lifting of spirits.
Be humble, for you are made of earth. Be noble, for you are made of stars. ~ Serbian proverb
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