Tag Archives: rain
I have been coming to these woods for a number of years now, and I know that I’ve arrived when I step into the peaceful atmosphere of the trees and the sounds of woodland birds and the stream running fast … Continue reading
Some more images from last week’s Heddon’s Mouth walk – these above by Paula Newbery, including one sketch that did not get too wet! These by Michelle Wilkinson. It is fascinating to see our different experiences of the same place and situation.
An Essential Nature walk along Heddon Valley from the Hunter’s Inn to the coast and back. We arrived in that dense fine sort of rain that soaks right through you and feels like being in a cloud. It was a … Continue reading
Strolling along the Southwest Coast Path from Westward Ho!, I wasn’t sure whether it was going to rain or not. Neither were the cows, for some were standing up and others lying down. I didn’t take many photos, as … Continue reading
See the top menu (just above here) for the full Page write-up on my recent land art residency for Les Phonies Bergères – it was a fairly short but intense experience of living close to the land in a small close-knit community in … Continue reading
I carefully checked the weather forecast last night to see how I could work outside – it looked terrible: pictures of black clouds and heavily outlined raindrops all over the place. So today I have been trying to adjust … Continue reading
Up the Torridge today on The Cheeky Monkey , from Appledore to Weare Giffard. A cold Sunday afternoon, with sunshine breaking through the cloud. It was a fabulous trip, another world, a completely different view of home surroundings, as the … Continue reading