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Foraging for seaweed + gorse

On a lovely sunny, but still very cold day last week, me and him went to the coast with the intent to collect lots of edibles. 792 more words

Food

The brave smell of a stone . . . the happy smell of water

I enjoy walking alone, walking with a dog, with a friend or two.  Each has its own pleasures. Walking in big groups feels more about the group than the walk.   212 more words

Spring According To Susan Hill

This morning I ambled gingerly down to the Shorefield post box and back. My right knee remains sharply painful. Perhaps I am stuck with it. … 147 more words

The Park 47/300

Yellow is a colour we will soon be seeing a lot of as the Daffodils begin to flower around the country. I thought it might be nice therefore to start March with a splash of colour that I found on yesterdays stroll around ‘the park’. Ulex europaeus – Gorse.

Temple Newsam

At Home in the Unheimlich (Extract)

“At Home in the Unheimlich,” my interview with Deborah Levy, appears in the third issue of Gorse. A teaser has been posted online: 1,178 more words

Andrew Gallix

The Silence Of The Rams

The Silence Of The Rams

This week I was re-united with my dog Dillon after months apart and was eager to take him on his first walk in new countryside. 225 more words

Natural World

More from County Mayo, Ireland - May, 2005

Spring was a bit late in Mayo in 2005 and the gorse was just beginning to bloom (shrubbery with yellow flowers in the foreground).  Mayo is a lot like the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.  39 more words

Photography