The month started in Whitley Bay staying with a dear friend and outstanding musician. In a theme that has continued on and off for several months, I was EXHAUSTED when I arrived which resulted in a blissfully dreamy dozing to the main act she’d been supporting (at the gig that was the instigator for the […]
It was in and around this month that various rather significant changes in my life got set in motion. It was also a very busy month – hither and thither while also snatching time to enjoy the gloriousness that I call Home. Lucky me. The month started with a trip to the Far East – […]
Once upon a time, in a world when the Covid-19 pandemic hadn’t yet reached its height, I almost bought Borgue Church. As it happens, Covid saved me from said purchase. (Please understand, I’ve loved the idea of owning a church since I was a young ‘un. However, having got this close to buying one, I […]
A month without Morecambe! I didn’t really notice and really loved reconnecting with the land up here.
Much more a return to the traditional “lots of shots of the land from various angles – which I may or may not give context to!” post this month, with some Morecambe flavour as an added bonus. There was some utterly gorgeous late-summer light this month, too.
A visit to Oxfordshire, some time in Morecambe and a move back to Galloway. Link to Fiddler’s Green models
Turns out June was an excellent month for skyscapes.
In May I made it back up to Galloway for the first time in 5 months – just for a brief visit but it was the start of the move back. Mainly: more Morecambe!
Sometimes I think I should apologise for including so many sunsets / seascapes. Then I decide not to: because I love them and I think they’re gorgeous. Plus, they lift my soul. So, now that’s out the way: April! Still some lockdown, but starting to ease
More lockdown. More beautiful Bay-scapes.