A shepherd’s life and a Dartmoor forest, laughing foxes and a rescued bear, foggy London, a tiny island, and a splash of yellow to brighten your day.Read More »
The end of another month. Time is passing in a very strange manner this year.
Owls, a bear, and a goat, wrapped rocks and shiny rocks, a perfect pink poppy, and the sky just after sunset.Read More »
Wimbledon Common, Wistman’s Wood, and a stripy chick, crystals, cyanotype, a building with many facades, and the story behind the heart-shaped honeycomb.Read More »
It’s getting harder to do these – not because there aren’t so many bright spots in my Twitter feed, but because there is so much more of the dark these days. It is tempting to take a short Twitter break, but first I am simplifying my feed, turning off a lot of retweets, and we’ll see how that goes.
Poppies, patterns in brick and rust, derelict houses and painted shards, a mechanical owl and a sliding seal.Read More »
Japanese floors, Paul Klee art, a splash of riverside colour, birds and moles posing for the camera, another bird appreciating music, and a simple explanation of equality.Read More »
A swan taking off, foxes being fed, a bluetit and a pile of ducklings, peeling paint, an unusual rock, and an odd little animation.Read More »
Black and white London and a verdant country lane, pheasant chicks and puffins, tiny books with amusing titles, abstract patterns, and a stunning sunrise.Read More »
Birds, both wild and kept (tamed is not a word I’d use for emus), stray cats in circles, a fox the colour of glowing embers, and a rare daylight mole sighting.Read More »
Textures in wood and mud, countryside shades of green and an orange sunset, a fascinating pollen fire, a space-age tower, and a moonrise painting.Read More »
A solo performance, an adorable shepherd, several birds, a scampering donkey, and to me to you with cats.Read More »