I was afraid that I'd posted too many seaglass abstracts but, on looking back through the blog's media gallery, I can see that I haven't featured as many as I thought. I like that the many colours of the ocean, in any of its moods, are reflected in the smooth and tumbled glass fragments we… Continue reading Seaglass Waves
Brexit (or not). Impeachment (or not). Killer virus pandemics. Climate Emergency. Terrorism. And that's just what is going on everywhere else. Add your worries to that list. What we need is a nice calm place to go and empty your feelings out and come back ready to face tomorrow. Mine is down at the beach,… Continue reading Calm
Exciting news (for me) in rural North Cornwall. As we were leaving to go out two weeks ago, a couple of white vans were parked on the verge opposite our house and men with fluorescent jackets on were sort of chatting and pointing at a hole in the ground. There was also a metre diameter… Continue reading Superfast
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.