One of the things I really enjoy is creating artistic images out of natural things like flowers and foliage etc, … More
Theme for the Week – Dorset in Spring Part 4
– – – Exploring The Countryside and Lanes of Dorset – – – So far this week we have talked about rape fields, bluebell woods, and … More
Holloways and Sunken Paths, the Mysterious Ancient Highways
There are thousands of ancient paths criss crossing Dorset’s wonderful countryside but none more fascinating than these labyrinthine paths like the one … More
A Tactile Walk
The morning was bright and for once I decided to leave Dorset for the neighbouring county to do a 15 … More
Of sights and sounds, aerial acrobatics, and angelic singing!
This walk started and finished in one of those beautiful Dorset villages that you know so well because you drive … More
Of literary giants and characters, bluebells and blossom, and some strange sights!
Sitting here in my office on a dull, dreary day, gazing out of the window across the local park, my … More
A great llloooonnnnnggggg walk :)
I was clearing out my office today when I came across the journal I wrote during my first end to … More
Of dancing waves, hovering clouds, diving Chinooks, and patterns in the sand!
This is a walk that started with one of my favourite modes of transport, the ferry that plies its trade … More
Of summer and autumn, Dorset heathlands, memories of a hero, and a spider rescued!
Betwixt and between seems to summarise where we are at the moment and this was a betwixt and between walk! … More
Of a walk gone wrong, summer sunshine, and Two on a Tower :)
You can tell the weather here has improved – I’m blogging less often and I have a backlog of walks … More