Bryan Hemming

short stories, comment, articles, humour and photography

The Guardian weaves tangled web pages

My grandfather originated from Hammerfest in Norway. Once renowned for being the northernmost town in the world, the fact he was born there doesn’t cut much ice with anyone beyond … Continue reading

August 30, 2015 · 7 Comments

Autumn’s rusty fingers start painting their way …

The field by us was harvested of its sunflower seeds yesterday afternoon, signalling the end of the summer season. As we’ve watched the blossoms go through their growing cycle two summers … Continue reading

August 27, 2015 · 6 Comments

Light of My Life – Happy Birthday!

August 26, 2015 · Leave a comment

Tourrorism comes to Conil!

A parched and dusty wind sweeps out of Africa, across the straits, and into the streets and alleys of Conil and Cádiz. It´s July and August again. The sunflowers in the … Continue reading

August 14, 2015 · 12 Comments

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