Monthly Archives: September 2019

Canna – the one that got away

Tuesday 24 September It’s my last night here. I can’t say my few days on Canna have been as fulfilling as I’d hoped, but that is partly down to my own demons. I came here with images of eagles flying … Continue reading

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Isle of Canna

Sunday 22 September When I arrived yesterday, after a long, and at times rough, trip in a small ferry boat, things didn’t look good. I did have a choice though: a pod with no heating or cooking facilities, or a … Continue reading

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Eigg on my face.

I take a lot of pictures, but only a few will be worth keeping. Some obvious duds I delete with the dustbin button on the camera. Mostly they stay on the memory card which, back at base, I remove from … Continue reading

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Knepp Castle – the temple of Rewilding

The forecast promised bright periods between the showers, but there were no gaps in the dark grey sky when I un-latched the first of the tall gates in the high fence surrounding this part of the “Knepp Wildlands” in Sussex. … Continue reading

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A Frost, a Fox and some deer

I’m in Sussex on a family visit. My 87 year old cousin has lived happily alone for many years in an old cottage, where the garden is making serious attempts to get inside the house. The windows are now so … Continue reading

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