This month I have been running a challenge on my Travel blog about being creative with light. So every time I go out and about I am being more conscious of the way the light falls; the shadows; the colours. Coming home past Alice in late evening sun I noticed the way the golden light…
This is the sight that greets me when I leave my house at the moment. The red campion is particularly beautiful this year, sandwiched between the frothy white cow parsley and the May blossom (hawthorn) and Alice cloaked in ivy standing proud. Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #49 | Favourite Things
Apricity = The warmth of the sun in winter. Though I am not sure how much warmth there was in this sun. Photo taken 28 February @ 1430 hrs
Daily Post Photo Challenge | Weathered
December’s #SquareSky challenge | Alice and the flypast
Several years ago the OH and I went off to Bodmin Moors to see the Hurlers – a set of three stone circles close to the moorland village of Minions. The stones are said to be groups of men who were playing hurling on a Sabbath and turned to stone as a punishment. On that…
Just north of the village of Minions stands Houseman’s Engine House, which houses a permanent exhibition on the history and nature of the surrounding area. Many miners left this area to find a better life in colonies around the world so it is a popular place to visit by their descendants. Thursday Special | crumbling
Cerulean skies, Cornish palm in flower, sleepy sheep and Alice surrounded by the dairy herd. The view from our house in the country just gets better.
An easy option. The view through my garden fence. And if you would like to see other interpretations then please visit Paula.
Another view of Wheal Alice with Trink Hill in the background and sheep grazing. The track you can see at the back is where the dairy herd come and go to the dairy for milking. I’ll show you them soon as it is quite a sight!