Emily’s walking book club photos

I know it’s not officially time for a new post until Monday … but I was so thrilled with these pics of Emily’s walking book club, I thought I had to show them off right away!

Thanks so much to the lovely Andy Tyler, who took these photos on Sunday’s walk – when we were discussing The Blue Flower by Penelope Fitzgerald. Can you believe he came straight to Hampstead Heath from Gatwick, having just got back from Las Vegas?!  Apparently it was a little bit colder on the Heath than over there.

If you click on the photos it will make them much bigger…

Chatting our way up to the top of Parliament Hill.

Rewarding ourselves with hot chocolate and an amazing view.

The discussion continues.

Time for a little reading – the book was The Blue Flower by Penelope Fitzgerald, which I wrote about in Monday’s post.

Off we go, across the frozen ground.

We usually end up in twos and threes as we chat away about the book.

Gosh it was windy as we set off from Parliament Hill. That’s Highgate in the background.

Not sure why but this bleak beautiful picture makes me think of soldiers in the First World War… we were certainly battling the elements.

What an amazing tree!

All photos copyright Andy Tyler photography

http://www.andytylerphotography.co.uk/#1

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2 Responses to “Emily’s walking book club photos”

  1. Alex in Leeds Says:

    I love the idea of the group, it’s something I’ve never heard of before and I can see it being a good way to chat in smaller groups. 🙂

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