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 […]
Strictly socially distanced by length of paddles and exercise on the water can be a very enjoyable event. It’s almost a mini-adventure!
It’s good for my spirit to be near (or on) the sea. The horizon, the sound, the smell and the breeze! …and things to discover…
Another beautiful hour on the river… …I never grow tired of paddling and drifting.
I am fascinated by the eery beauty of the shore’s reflections in the mirror of the water. Horizontal symmetry. Rocks and branches disappear into the image. And I see different things every time.
Living by the banks of the Tamar estuary is a privilege I am immensely grateful for. During lockdown, while working part-time from home, it allows me to nip out and spend an hour or two […]
It is good to see that the public is reminded of the importance of small freshwater bodies for biodiversity by the Helen Briggs at the BBC: Having created a wildlife pond in my own garden […]
The ripples on the surface of my wildlife pond are created by small silver water beetles crazily whirling around in large groups. They never seem to stop, just keep going.
The sea! Amazing! Always different. Always awesome. Drawn to it.
Even on a grey November morning being on the water is wonderfully good for my soul. The last mist is lifting over the still water and faint song of birds is all around. Leaves have […]