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Blencathra & Skiddaw in VERY high Winds , Lake District.

After having food poisoning last week and being in a pretty bad way I wanted to do something after to start to feel human again. I was keen to go with Mike, Ross and Dean to the Lakes as I had missed out on the Peaks earlier this year due to flu. 773 more words

Hiking

Summer. Ish!

Summer has arrived.

What I mean is that it’s still blowing a gale but we don’t seem to be at risk of any frosts this weekend. 740 more words

General Musings

The Wild West Coast of Scotland

It definitely hasn’t been the wildest weather the West Coast has seen, but it’s been pretty wild for us up in the Outer Hebrides! The views are absolutely stunning when the sun shines. 141 more words

Photography

Wielding a Whip

wielding a whip

summer gales tie the elms

to a lush bed

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This poem was written in response to Carpe Diem #747 arrival of summer, another great prompt hosted by Chèvrefeuille at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai. 23 more words

Haiku

Blustery day on the coast

The wind swirls around

The waves against the rocks

a sudden gale

hits the coast

causing rough seas

Painting

Evaluation of the International Opportunities Fund (Wales, UK)

Wales Arts International has commissioned an evaluation of the International Opportunities Fund (IOF) and its impact on the mobility of artists and cultural professionals based in Wales. 127 more words

Evaluación

A Traditional Day

Well the weather forecast was terrible for today, but when I meet Charles at the river it was rather cold but dry, Charles was happy to have a go and see what the fishing was going to be like and also for a very pleasant change we would be fishing with split cane, a Sharpes Scottie it would have been even better if we were on dries. 260 more words

Andrew Cartwright