- Something about the light ()
The light this week! The light! Even in strong sun, in the middle of the day, it’s been so beautiful outside. Kate and I tend to go out for a wind-down-after-work walk in the early evenings. We don’t go far, and we live in a small town so there’s not many places to go, but […]
- Cumberwell and back ()
Went for a walk. A drag-the-teenager-along and talk-about-life sort of walk. It turned out lovely, actually. Even though we’ve lived here 16 years, we found a path we’ve never walked before. Amazing.
- Turleigh and Winsley and back ()
Went for a walk. A cloudy Saturday afternoon in a pandemic sort of walk.
- No really, look at these tulips ()
Those orange ones are what Kate calls “my blousy tulips”. They’re amazing, all frills and twiddly bits.
- Garden’s looking nice ()
Everything’s blooming beautifully in the garden. This is 100% Kate’s work, not mine. I just admire.
- Looking up ()
The light last night was amazing. Our walk didn’t take us anywhere that interesting, but it took us underneath lots of trees that were lit up gold and gorgeous in the evening sun. The sky was a fantastic grey steel colour. The gold-lit tree branches sparked and glittered in front of it.
- A short walk with a long lens ()
Another work day done at home, another walk in the early evening light before we go home for pasta and collapsing on the sofa. I took my DSLR and the 50-200mm lens, a combination I’ve ignored for ages. Tonight it’s a loop over the north end of town, past the deserted hotel and the stud […]
- Bees ()
I took this last Monday, 16 March, which was the last time I left the house for a walk. I’m no horticulturalist, so I have no idea what this plant is, growing on top of a garden wall in a street not far from my house. But as I passed beneath it, ducking my head […]
- Groundwater ()
The fields and lanes and streams round our way are full up. Water lies everywhere that water shouldn’t be. This afternoon I went out in the bright, low winter sunlight to try and get some photos of unexpected bodies of water. They were everywhere, in every direction.
- Pewsey Wharf to Giant’s Grave ()
Some canal, some steep up, some steep down, some sheep, some turnips, some cold cold wind in your face.