Walking along the estuary near Ynys, sheep and pools make patterns on the saltmarsh.
Summer beach, big space. Porthmadog estuary beaches, a photo gallery.
November walk in the woods. Wet leaves, wet ground, wet feet, and rich colours. Behind Dolgellau, Gwynedd.
A set of walking guides for Snowdonia published by Merseyside YHA in the 1940’s. Love the cover illustrations.
1949 guide to Glencoe from National Trust for Scotland – nice cover illustration.
Red sheep in Patterdale April 2017, white wool, red dye, minimal activity.
More pictures of my mum, my sister and me, from my Dad’s slide collection.
From my Dad’s carefully curated slide collection, my mum, my sister, and myself on a Scottish beach.
Photos: Ushguli in the Caucasus mountains, in the Svaneti region of Georgia. The buildings are distinctive and very weathered.
My mum wearing Jean’s big blue mother-of-the-bride hat, at Sara’s wedding, a few weeks before she died.
A short drive over a hill, and back again. Made exciting and dramatic by the amount of water pouring out of the sky.
Walking up the lane, looking up at the beech trees caught in November sunshine.