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Wildflower Wednesday - (very) late March

Well I might have known things would start to go awry now I’m back at work – here I am posting my Wildflower Wednesday on a Sunday. 125 more words

Duver

Photography Day in Lyndhurst.

A friend gave me a voucher for a photography day which I cashed in last Sunday. I didn’t learn much but it was a nice excuse to get up and out on such a fine March day. 97 more words

Honeycomb, fermented gorse and heather honey parfait

A month or so ago I collected some wild gorse flowers and jarred them up in honey, the plan was to see if they would ferment and what would be the result if they did. 779 more words

Food

Lundy Bay's Gorse

A colour focus of the gorse at Lundy Bay, North Cornwall.

Experimental Photography

Goonhilly, catkins, water drops and an eclipse...

I went out to Goonhilly Downs on the day of the recent partial eclipse. I thought the wide open plateau of these ancient downs – farmed since prehistory and now a National Nature Reserve – would provide an excellent spot to view the eclipse. 461 more words

What's Wild In Cornwall

After the eclipse,it turned out very sunny.

So here in Cheltenham at 9-30 this morning it went darker, not much darker than normal, and then it went light again. Very light. So I took advantage of a it and went for a walk with ‘she with the map’. 181 more words