The tumult of yesterday has blown over. I managed to have a gin and tonic, a bath and an early night, so woke early with a new perspective on life – thankfully! Today the rain has stopped, so I put on a dress and went to church, after which I met my husband (the non church-goer) and went to the Kunsthaus in Zürich to see a collection of photos by the German photographer Thomas Struth. If you happen by any chance to be in Zürich or have the chance somewhere else to see Struth’s work, do take the time to go and see his photos. One of his nature scenes is shown above.
The photos are rather spectacular. We seldom get to see photos blown up to giant size and Struth has some very cool works which are photos taken within museums like the Pergamon in Berlin, the British Museum, the Chicago art museum. I loved seeing famous works of art in their museum setting and also the reactions of the visitors to the galleries photographed with them.
Now I’m home again for a slow Sunday afternoon. I’m almost finished my wrap around cardigan, so I guess I’ll work on that for a little while and then see where I get with the other bits and pieces which need finishing. It doesn’t feel like a day to be starting something new, but rather one to potter on with projects in progress. Hopefully in a day or two I may have something finished to show you – the cardigan if nothing else!
Here’s hoping you have time to slow down and potter a little today…