What’s in a Landscape?

It is my pleasure this week to host six images sent to me by Frances Tubbs. Frances and her husband live in the Broads area and she and I often meet when we… Continue reading

Memories of Mount Mulanje

It is about 45 years since our party moved from Zambia into Malawi, with the intention of climbing Mount Mulanje south of Blantyre. Southern Malawi was very different from the plains of Zambia.… Continue reading

What do you do at Overstrand on a warm summer evening?

Although I have lived in Norfolk for more than a quarter of a century, I have never ventured down on to the beach at Overstrand. It is so easy to zoom along the… Continue reading

Blues and Browns

Sounds a bit like two rugby teams doesn’t it. In fact it refers to butterflies. This week I visited Warham Camp in North Norfolk. It is an impressive Iron Age fortification south of… Continue reading

Getting out and about in the sunshine

One of our first real outings his year away from the walking in circles no more than 5 miles from home. So we went to Gooderstone Gardens south of Swaffham. We also went… Continue reading

Croagh Patrick – I go on the Reek

That’s quite a good headline. Croagh Patrick is St Patrick’s holy mountain, all 2,507 feet of it. It is the fourth highest mountain in Mayo and has been a pilgrimage site, virtually since… Continue reading

This is a “was to have been”

This week’s blog should have been all about kaleidoscope images with lots of dinky shapes and if I can retrieve some of them I will put them up, but unfortunately I have had… Continue reading

Birds at Home and Away

Photographs from home and from a day when I went walkabout. I’m not really a wildlife photographer, but I enjoy the birds we manage to attract in to the garden at home. We… Continue reading

The Birds and the Bees

What is the man like? – the birds aren’t until next week, but the saying doesn’t scan the other way round. Perhaps a better title would have been INSIDE THE HIVE. My thanks… Continue reading

Goodbye and thanks to the Village Van

Throughout the serious lockdown the villages of North Norfolk have enjoyed and been grateful for Tom Neall’s Village Van. For the past few months he has been touring villages in the Holt, Briston… Continue reading