On day 108 of 365 Days Wild I finally completed another felt and embroidery picture. … More Remembrance of Bluebells
trapped in an unrelenting
nether world within which
nightmares and reality merge,
ringing bells and clapping hands
summon spirits of humility
allowing gratitude to shine … More Bluebell Spirit
Sometimes, no words are needed.
I know this is very late but I was determined to get it out anyway! As some of you may know, I spent April joining in with CampNanoWriMo. Nearly all of my free time was spent working on my novel which is why this wasn’t posted then. My favourite writing spot, however, (when it wasn’t … More Changing Seasons 2016: April
Every Wednesday, all across the internet, bloggers post a photograph with no words to explain it. Here is mine.
This post is for Cardinal Guzman’s monthly Changing Seasons photography challenge. This year I’m photographing my favourite place in the village – the little wooded path alongside the wildflower meadow that runs down to the stream. The main feature during March has been the daffodils, which were much later to bloom beneath the shelter of the trees … More Changing Seasons 2016: March
This post is for Cardinal Guzman’s monthly blogging event The Changing Seasons. He asks that you post a gallery of between 10 and 20 photos for each month, all taken in an area near to you. Over the course of the year we’ll get to see the landscape changing. The area that I’ve chosen to focus on … More Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons #5 April
I thought I’d share some pictures I’ve taken around the garden and village over the past week. A lot has been happening, growth-wise. At the beginning of the week the fruit trees in the garden were still in bud. As the days have passed they’ve all come fully into bloom. As you’ll see, I’ve taken lots of … More More New Growth
Today I foolishly went out for a walk without my camera. I only wanted to stretch my legs and get a breath of fresh air before getting back to my writing, but I soon regretted leaving it behind. I found all the new growth and Spring flowers quite captivating. Luckily, for once, I had remembered to take my … More New Growth