Photo word of the week – Dream
Noun – A cherished aspiration, ambition, or ideal.
Some dreams (like playing at the end-of-year tennis finals) are beyond the reach of most people. But dreams don’t have to be impractical or inaccessible. They can be very normal things that we hope for, and through our actions alone achieve.
Photo word of the week – Practicality
Noun – The quality or state of being practical.
When facing a long walk, practicality is of upmost importance. Style comes after substance. Flair takes a back seat to pragmatism.
Photo word of the week – Strong
Adjective – Able to withstand force, pressure, or wear.
From an aesthetic point of few, Westminster is my favourite tube station in London . The exposed concrete and steel crossing between escalators and walkways demonstrate the strength required to support such a large construction.
But while the ability to withstand force, pressure or wear may most obviously thought of in a physical sense, the word strength can equally be used to describe the ability to protect ourselves mentally and emotionally.
I saw these at the London Eye. Made by Dyson, they both wash and dry your hands (although not at the same time obviously). They are an interesting idea, with the main selling point being that they stop people wandering around the toilet dripping water from their hands. At over £1,000 a pop, they don’t come cheap however.
Photo word of the week – Nobody
Pronoun – No person; no one.
Beneath the crowded nighttime streets, beneath the cars and busses, is where you will find what you are searching for, where you will find nobody.