On Tuesday I attended Parliament to observe the further consideration by the Petitions Committee of my request that Scotland considers introducing a statutory Sunshine Act. This post is to thank the Committee for opening a window.
I share John Betjeman’s disapproval of bureaucracy. However I reckon that we all share a love of sunshine:
This post is a pattern of images of windows that I observed as I walked from Waverley station to the Scottish Parliament. It was Alexander McCall Smith who wrote to me suggesting I read this book:
Candia McWilliams is another acclaimed Edinburgh writer:
Candia McWilliam’s book, What to look for in winter, is about her functional blindness. It is a book full of light:
Candia McWilliams invited me lunch at her home. I was dazzled by the light she brought. I made a film about this (as I tend to do). Candia McWilliams opened windows…