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Now I know what the Seven Sisters are!

We have just got back from long, tiring hike, with a lot of steep hills. We started near Cuckmere Haven, went up through the Friston Forest and then down to the Birling Gap, going along the cliff path in the Seven Sisters Park back to Cuckmere. 508 more words

Botanical Art

Spring song

For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone;

The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land. 684 more words

The Garden

Gradually I am building up to something!

So what can that be?

Of late I and several others have been very busy with a project that has kept us from painting as much as we would like to. 334 more words

Botanical Art

ANOTHER BALLYMALOE RECIPE - Pickled Cucumbers (Reposted)

2-6-17 Getting ready to make a batch of these.  I repost this periodically for those who are interested.

6-11-15:  For whatever reason, this is one of my most popular posts.   1,073 more words


Haunting the margins: an essay in Gorse

I’m very pleased to see a new essay of mine in the latest edition of Gorse journal. For those who don’t know it, this is a new Irish literary journal edited by Susan Tomaselli that comes out three times a year and is now up to issue 7. 147 more words


Foggy Dorset

For most of the week we have been unable to see the hands at the end of our arms in Dorset. Just as I’d treated myself to a shiny new lens and vowed to get outdoors and practice star photography! 245 more words


Gorse Spiel

Moyne Shire Council is responsible for around 3,000km of municipal roads within its municipality. One of these roads is Three Chain Road at Wangoom on the outskirts of the sprawling urban city of Warrnambool. 366 more words

Invasive Species