Most days this winter are either freezing cold and rainy, or just plain horribly cold with frost everywhere. Generally the frost is just a white cloak, nothing special. However, yesterday when I thought I’d give the cars – not being used hardly at all because of the lockdown – a run before the batteries die I saw this ‘frost art’ on the bonnets. Surreal or what.    

Note the seagulls couldn’t help themselves on the bonnet

Some music to fit my mood. The song, ‘Hooked’. It’s from my ‘Rainbow’s End’ album available for download on BANDCAMP  When I wrote this back in 2017 I was having a battle with creativity, hence I wrote about my relationship with it. Scroll on, 3 years later and I’m back where I started, having another battle – same enemy. I hope you enjoy;

If you’re interested in my inexpensive PROMO VIDEOS FOR AUTHORS  hit the link here or aim at the one at the top of this blog.

As ever, if any poets out there are interested in having their poems turned into songs then click here to check it out: POETRY TO SONG

If you are looking for all my other music then you’ll find it to download on BANDCAMP or you can stream and/or make a playlist of it on SPOTIFY

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George Blamey-Steeden

Guitarist / Songwriter from the UK. I have a First-Class BA (Hons) in Creative Music Technology. You check out my music via Bandcamp.

59 thoughts on “THE ART OF FROST – ON CARS”

    1. Thanks for the info. What bit of France were you in. I’ve been going there a lot since being a kid. I love the place. Art, decent food and amazing history. Thanks again ~ George

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      1. I was in Grenoble, George.

        I love France too… Yes, the food is amazing, wines too… and the general ambiance of the place is far more agreeable than anywhere in Britain.

        And, for me, that it is a republic, helps make it feel more like home.

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      2. I’ve never been there. If I had a dream it would be to live in Toulouse and have a part-time home in Le Touquet. . So long as the voting system isn’t ‘first past the post’ and members of upper chambers are voted in instead of getting there by birth right, I’m with you on the republic idea ~ George

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      3. Sounds good to me… I’d be happy to visit! 🙂

        Proportional representation in France.

        But remember there are other ways you can get into the House of Lords in England. You can donate a lot of money to one of the three big parties; you can be the brother of the prime minister; you can be fancied by George Osborne and IDS (not you personally, of course, but it worked nicely for the Moan woman); you could be as dumb as a stump but support the prime minister’s pet project (like Botham), or you could become a bishop of the CofE (but try not to be black).

        Goodness the door is open to all sorts.

        See you for déjeuner in Le Touquet… 🙂


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