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A BEND IN THE ALT - WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

The other day with the sun rising early I got on my bike and cycled along the old railway line towards Maghull and Liverpool. The morning was too cold to start painting – well for me it was – so I took my camera. 111 more words

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Formby celebrates 50 years in National Trust care

Rangers, volunteers and campaigners have celebrated 50 years of conservation at Formby.

The mile-long stretch of dunes and pinewoods on the Sefton coast was acquired by the National Trust in 1967, following a £20,000 fundraising appeal. 373 more words

Sunny Days - a little positivity.

Formby Beach.
Last minute adventure.
Warmth and Sun.
Ice-cream by the Sea.
When you’ve spent months trying to utilise all the techniques theraphy has given yo to reduce stress and manage anxiety and then suddleny your brain suddenly decides to give you a day off! 183 more words

Anxiety

Clement Robert Carmichael Wallworth

CLEMENT ROBERT CARMICHAEL WALLWORTH

This post was written by Victoria Doran.

Clement Wallworth was the only son in a family that had been prosperous rather than wealthy for many generations. 1,119 more words

AUTUMN WALK ON THE COASTAL PATH - WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

If you walk further towards Liverpool from the Fisherman’s Path – the subject of my previous blog- you get through the pine forest and meet this rutted track which skirts between scrub and farmland and if you turn right at the end  you can get you back to the beach. 38 more words

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FISHERMAN'S PATH 3 - WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

Being a sort of  obsessive I do paintings over and over again. This is the latest version of this path which connects the north end of Formby with the sea via the pinewoods and skirting one of the many golf courses here. 147 more words

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Formby – Squirrel Nutkin Spotting

On Saturday we decided to take the dogs somewhere we could let them off the leads and let them have a big run.  Rocky loves the seaside, getting his paws wet and splashing about in the surf whereas Pebble prefers mooching and sniffing around, so we chose to visit the National Trust site at Formby.  844 more words

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