I’ll start with an apology – I have left all the comments on my last post unanswered. So thank you thank you everyone for your kind and generous words. I really do appreciate them, but get bogged down sometimes. And I do see that many of you do scroll through and find the comments made on original comments. As far as I can tell, there is no notification on these further comments.
Now to radiation: At first I thought radiation was a rather abstract and dry theme for the month (my lack of imagination) – but indeed it has proven to be very inspiring, to wit all the great posts so far.
I spent a while in the woods with my camera, soft focus optic attached, and within a small radius (!) found more specimens of nature’s radiation design than I had imagined possible. By the way, I included the bicycle wheel as I also consider it part of nature’s design. And speaking of bicycle-in-the-picture, well I just didn’t.
In the next couple of days, I won’t be riding, I won’t even be going outside. I have unfortunately had another bout with a bladder infection that is not responding to antibiotics. It’s all been very wearisome and frustrating and to make matters worse I had an allergic reaction to one antibiotic. The next one prescribed causes photosensitivity and phototoxic reactions and it is advised not to go in the sun at all, at least for seven days. The weather forecast for the next week is sunny and hot. RADIATION! I want no part of it in this case. Nice cool and cloudy days is what I want.
A final picture after the heavy rains a few days ago