Dragonflies at Woods Mill.
I needed this.
And, really, nothing is more political than the way we engage with the world around us. We have an obligation to see the world for what it is, the bad as well as the good, and we have to blinker ourselves to keep on pretending that it is not broken.
– From The Circling Sky by Neil Ansell 📚
Bank holiday breakfast in a wee café deep in the Sussex countryside.
Evening walk at Woods Mill.
One of the things I love about visiting Woods Mill is that you can get beautiful images before you’ve even left the car park…
Our lunchtime companion at Woods Mill.
Easter walk at Woods Mill.
Half term adventures.
Fantastic day out walking with the girls. So tired, but so happy.
Look at this cute fellah.
A buzzard, drifting lazily over the Woods Mill car park.
Into the woods.
Darling buds of July.
Girls in the wood.
Window in the canopy.
Post-Nature Tots babychino from the Woods Mill café.
Sea still lively in the wake of the storm.
Podcasting the great outdoors - one of the ways I try to disconnect from work over the weekend.
Gotta say, it’s a bit breezy out today…
Funghi at Woods Mill.
Today at Woods Mill. The dirty secret? This was four adults…