Posts Tagged ‘wildlife’


The ship is pitching and heaving

Our limbs are bobbing and weaving

I think that this is something I understand



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I’m making progress.  Unlike so many projects begun and discarded I am storming through my to do list like there’s hundreds of tomorrows ahead of me.  Firstly, I’ve reduced my working days, which frees up more time to focus on my creative hobbies and work on my personal development.  Seeing those extra days spread out before me, tasting that time to myself and remembering how to enjoy has brought me the beginning of what may be relaxation, something I’ve been striving for.


As a result – adventures aplenty lately.  Beautiful places, sunset walks and a trip to the zoo – needless to say there are photos to follow.  Here’s a personal favourite.


the leopard



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I’m sad to say it’s December tomorrow – and not just because I dread the festive season.  Although the winter solstice is still weeks away the end of November feels like the end of autumn to me, and if my blog has caught your eye for even just a second you’ll know I’ve been diving head first into it this year.  The fading sun will retreat further and soon we’ll have snow underfoot, not to mention sludge, muddy puddles and frozen toes.  However, I’m hoping a new page will turn with the season and I plan to stay positive through the cold days ahead.  For now this is the end of my autumn  ramblings, I’m ready to bid farewell to a dear friend for another year.  Let’s raise a toast – as long as it’s not eggnog

Magic Carpet

The Gardens // The Castle

The Hill by the Mile

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