It is so icy that the seagulls are on the lookout for food in the garden.
Usually they don’t visit our garden
Sadly, last night the lunar eclipse was hidden by cloud.
To-night, the moon peeped out briefly.
Bright blessing to you all.
Esther is sad that no images have been here for a while
Thank you for the nudge Esther –
This is especially for you.
Somehow this year
I have forgotten to take “time out” to look
But have spent to much time being busy.
How the year has turned.
I am not sure what happened to March …. or April
Hazel catkins – for me a sure sign that spring is just round the corner.
The sheep are down from the mountains because of the snow
This one – looked very fluffy
I thought perhaps she had been to the hairdresser!
She certainly seemed to be posing for the camera.
We have had wonderful weather for walking –
Cold but bright.
So we have been up and down the prom a few times over the last few days.
And every day this little group of Oystercatchers is huddled on the tide line.
(I think they are Oystercatchers aren’t they?)
Imbolc – midway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.
Living here in this timeless landscape
I walk the ancient drovers road and feel close to the changing seasons and
The Turning Year.