I met a friend for a walk. When arranging it, I suggested we walk past a couple of window-based art exhibitions as a focus for our walk. So that’s what we did. We started off at the windows of Cameron Contemporary. We enjoyed looking at the exhibits, and choosing which one we could live with, while catching up on life news. We then walked along the seafront towards the i360 and visited the Eight miles away exhibition by Tony Mills. And as we wandered further along the seafront, my friend noticed that the photos from the Brighton and Hove Camera Club had been refreshed. So we looked at those as well. It was a charming focus to our walk and our time together. And if you’re missing being able to visit art, then you could do worse than take some time at any of these.
In the afternoon, I attended KindFest2020 - an online festival celebrating kindness on World Kindness Day. A lovely (online) place to spend time, and I came away following a couple of new people on Twitter, and with a few things to follow up. But not an overwhelming list. Which felt kind.
I baked some Ginger and Treacle Scones. This was another recipe from the National Trust Scones book. They’re only 5cm in diameter, so they’re kinda small and cute. Treacle and ginger are a combination of flavours that I feel really suits the kind of autumnal day where you got soggy while walking your dog around a forest! Which was definitely Saturday! They may be small, but they’ve got a great flavour - we ate them warm with butter 😋