Quantity or Quality ?
Just put some Photography Thoughts on my reflective Blog. mycardboardcastleblog.wordpress.com/2020/12/13/quantity-leads-to-quality-perhaps/
The Tables Turned
Today is William Wordsworths birthday. He would have been 250 and probably enjoying the total peace in the Lakes. I’m not usually a fan of poetry, I find it such … Continue reading
Bessyboot or Rosthwaite Fell that is the question? #166
Rosthwaite Fell is at the end of the long spur coming down from Esk Hause, ending in Stonethwaite, Borrowdale. Geologically, its the end of the Scafell range, so it would … Continue reading
Day 1 – Climb to Triglav; Tominsek Route to Triglavski Dom.
I know, this is so last year, but I am behind on my blogging while I research the history of my backyard mountain. So I’m currently catching up while on … Continue reading
Last week, a cold wind blew across the lower edges of Winter Hill, so the afternoon walk kept to the fields below Two Lads. My copy of Daniel Calderbanks book … Continue reading
A Walk along the White Cliffs – Remembering the Dover Patrols and Convoys
Morning brought a cloudy sky and a gentle sea lapping the beach in front of the cottage. But no rain. Waterproofs were donned anyway, including the dogs, and we drove … Continue reading
New Fields Farm
Today is Lancashire day. As an ex-patriot Yorkshire man, living in darkest Lancashire, today I will be writing about my home rather than my birthplace. In recent months I have … Continue reading
A settled day was promised, so we set out to explore more of the Dales. Up the narrow steep lane out of Askrigg, we drove over the Common to Muker. … Continue reading