Hardwick Wood. 

I was browsing through my photos and thought I would post some pictures from last April. Hardwick Wood in Plymouth had a stunning amount of Bluebells.  I remember walking through the woods and listening to a cacophony of bird song and being surrounded by bluebells. I went back a few weeks later to find the…

Merrivale.

A short walk around the stone rows and cysts at Merrivale. I took the photo of the largest standing stone, which is in the South, at exactly 12.00 with the sun directly above it casting a perfect shadow.

Autumn at Burrator.

I posted pictures a couple of months ago of some walks I have done around the popular Burrator area of Dartmoor.  I have recently gone back to see the Autumn colours in the trees. The colours were beautiful as was the walk through the carpet of mainly Oak leaves that covered the paths. Wonderful to witness the…

Rocky Valley

A walk from a couple of months ago on the North Coast of Cornwall. Woods,  coast and the famous Labyrinth carvings

A Walk to Golitha Falls.

A short walk in the woods next to the River Fowey to Golitha Falls. Lovely little walk which was clearly very popular with families and dog walkers. Unfortunately our Sat-Nav, which we did not need on this walk anyway was in my pocket and fell into the River. A rather expensive loss.

Celebrating Beltane.

A tad late posting these pics! We had a very busy week during Beltane. We had a ritual in Duloe Stone Circle in Cornwall. A sacred wells walk also in Cornwall. Camped out on the moor so we could be up to see the sun rise at Beltane and watch the Beltane Border Morris perform…

More Dartmoor Pics from 2015; A woodland walk.

I have thousands of pics from Dartmoor. Its my favourite place. I have a deep connection to the moor. No matter what the season or conditions I always feel at home there, connected to it, peaceful and often energised. I love the open moor and also the woodland and river walks. Here are a few…

Recent walk around Wistmans Wood.

These pics were a few weeks ago. Lovely day on the moor. We sat for an hour in Wistmans Wood on a large rock and absorbed the feeling of the moor.