Walking in the local woods in Winter can be magical. Sometimes cold. But always magical. These photographs were taken in our (then) local woods.We always looked forward to the trill of crunching through the fresh snow, being the first to make our marks, and checking out the patterns on the trunks and branches that theContinue reading “Winter woodland walks: trees in the snow”
Uluru – a monumental sandstone monolith – is the most majestic and magical natural wonder on the planet. I was fortunate to visit this iconic site in 2003 travelling through Australia’s Red Centre from Alice Springs. The weather was hot, the air dry and dusty. Finding some shade was the only comfortable option. But IContinue reading “Uluru: to climb or not to climb? Should this ever have been an option?”
My moods are affected by the weather and by the moon phases. Not always, but enough to notice.