The violets are out today, perhaps to greet all who nurture (it is mother’s day in the UK), perhaps to delight those who stop and notice, and certainly to just be.
First I hear the cry of the crow. It draws my eyes to the acrobatics of a young buzzard evading the crow’s attacks with graceful ease. The spring sun lights up its wing feathers – […]
Sometimes it is simply necessary to have a big horizon. Even, or more accurately, especially during lockdown.
Standing in the reeds on the river’s bank is mesmerising. Colour Texture Sound Movement I savour the experience and absorb details unconsciously. With a smile.
Full circle. Buds are breaking and soon, apples and cherries will be in blossom again. We will have been in various forms of lockdown for a year. Hope for experiencing living in a community again, […]
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 […]
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.