Category Archives: walks

My favourite stone circles

I was working on my Art Elements challenge piece last week , which is inspired by petroglyphs. This got me thinking about the stone circles I have visited in different places in the UK. Let me start with the most … Continue reading

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An Impromptu Trip To The Beach

As I mentioned in my last post we had an impromptu trip to the coast to photograph my rockpool bowl. When we got up the sun was shining, I had hinted that I would like to photograph my rockpool by … Continue reading

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Solway Inspiration.

I’ve had a trip to the coast looking for inspiration. The light was just gorgeous, Scotland looks so close doesn’t it? I’m loving these colours, just perfect for paint and stitch.Charles Dickens wasn’t very complimentary when he wrote about Allonby, … Continue reading

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Two aspects of the river Tyne

We’ve had a couple of days out to Hexham and Newcastle using the public bus service, I have to say it was a relaxing way to travel. We took in some art and history, fresh air and a river walk … Continue reading

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5 Highlights of 2017

I got a wheel                                                                          … Continue reading

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Days out around Birmingham

We have  had a few days out and about around Birmingham with friends. I’m not a lover of busy cities but I enjoyed a trip into Birmingham to see the architecture, the library, galleries and the German Christmas market got … Continue reading

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Sunday morning – Ennerdale on my mind

The clocks went back yesterday, I awoke with sunlight streaming through the window and my thoughts turned to walking around Ennerdale. Last year I saw a flock of jays at this time of year so I wanted to see if … Continue reading

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