When I went out yesterday it was a little cloudy but bright. As I got to the beginning of the track that leads out to the coast path, where the view over the ocean opens out, I could see that there was a weather front just threatening to travel up the Bristol Channel and perhaps… Continue reading Rusey Cliffs and Lundy
It is just over a year ago now that my then sparsely filled blog was made an Editors Pick on WordPress Discover. The blog was relatively young, only going about six months and had a following you only needed two people with hands to count. I had only made about thirty posts of single Black… Continue reading How Discover didn’t help much.
I mentioned visits to both Port Isaac and the Lost Gardens of Heligan on my Thursday Doors post a few days ago, saying that both are really popular these days (and a visit to a garden was not really about doors). Port Isaac is a famed fishing village on the north coast, while Heligan is… Continue reading Port Isaac and Heligan
Some Doors: Today is Thursday and on Thursdays I sometimes take part in Thursday Doors. This is a photographically themed blog day that I occasionally join in, mainly on weeks when I have actually been outdoors. And somewhere there are more buildings that have doors on them than places that have Tors on them.So this… Continue reading Some Doors & Other Things.
A year has passed since I decided to make this blog 'my own', by paying for a domain name and to go without adverts.I know this because I have just had notice that my payment for the next year of it has just arrived (notice that it has been paid, not that it was due… Continue reading Renewal
I logged in to my Twitter account this morning to find a lovely tweet from Lucy, super-talented creator behind the Silence Killed the Dinosaurs blog. This was a surprise because I normally get an email from Redbubble when I make a print sale and I hadn't seen this one. Then I remembered that Lucy also… Continue reading Surprise
Hello, I thought I'd better post something new here, just to show I hadn't abandoned being the photographer called Bear R Humphreys. Life is generally good but I have had a string of MS-based fatigue relapses over the new year season that have kept me from really getting enthusiastic about anything at all really.I have… Continue reading Still here…