Posted on July 3, 2007 - by MG
Every day I walk to Summertown, not along the main road which is deafeningly loud, but around the residential streets. It’s a great time to think about what I’ve just written, what I’m about to write but mainly I find it’s a great way to mull over elements of plot.
In summer it’s even better – the little front gardens I pass are crammed with gorgeous flowers and some with fruit trees, including vines and asian pears, as well as the usual apple, cherry and pear.
Yesterday the sun emerged for a brief hour as I took my afternoon walk. I snapped a pic of all the flowers I pass on my route. I thought they would cheer me up come winter, giving me hope for the return of sun, heat and long days.
Check out my flowers-in-Oxford collection on Flickr.