10 miles on the Tamar estuary with my paddle board… …a great way of spending a sunny spring Sunday! Lots to see, including otter footprints in the mud, the ochreous outflow of a mine adit […]
Spring is definitely on its way when our apricots are in full bloom!
You may well ask … It’s one of my favourite oak trees on my walks, sun shining through branches, seen through a shard of cobalt blue ‘night soil’ glass washed out of the abandoned daffodil […]
Sometimes my daily walk in nature is spoilt by my mind not letting go. Thoughts are occupying it like wire wool: persistent and abrasive. It happens when I allow (perceived) urgency to take precedence over […]
What a sky! The clouds look as unreal as some of the old master’s paintings. Only it’s right here and now, in nature, no need for a gallery to be open (not that there are […]
So lovely to see wild ponies on the moor, interacting naturally! One day social distancing will be a thing of the past for us, too!
The moon is rising over the Tamar Valley just now.
Stunning evening light to end a weekend of beautiful blue skies and sunshine warm enough for t-shirts and shorts. I feel blessed to experience days like these in the Cornish countryside.
Strictly socially distanced by length of paddles and exercise on the water can be a very enjoyable event. It’s almost a mini-adventure!
Brunt I’ve Shelf has now calved: read more in the BAS press release.