Forest mosaic

My Walk this Week – Forest Walkabout

Back in Wales again and I am enjoying my familiar walks in the local forest. I say familiar, but it always seems there is something new to see and hear.

Forest view

I was recently surprised to find a path I was unfamiliar with, noticing it only because I was walking in the opposite direction to that which I would normally and being in a part of the woods I visit less frequently. Continue reading

My Walk this Week – On the Edge

organ on beach

On my walk this week I would like to show some of what we experienced and enjoyed during our time away in the last few weeks. Above is an unusual sight – it’s not often you find an old organ on a beach, but this was part of an art installation called Edge by two artists commissioned as part of the Spring Fling weekend event in South West Scotland. Jo Hodges and Robbie Coleman Continue reading

My Walk this Week – Past Walks 2, Forest

Dappled sunlight

This is the second week of six where I am looking back at walks I have taken in the past, this one features a much loved forest woodland which I have enjoyed many, many times and in all seasonal conditions. My walk this week focuses on images I took in May 2010 before I had my Canon DSLR cameras. Continue reading

My Walk this Week – Signs of an Elephant

Over the next six weeks “My Walk this Week” will be describing selected walks I have taken in the past. For this week I am looking back at a walk I called Ditch Hikers Walk and produced as a StillWalks video. The walk is located at Skanda Vale in Carmarthenshire and does not feature an elephant, Continue reading

My Walk this Week – A Carmarthenshire Lake

blade of grass on dark water

I decided to give this walk the title of “A Carmarthenshire Lake” because apart from giving its rough location, I thought it would be easier for people to pronounce than the name of the lake and park itself – Llyn Llech Owain. No problem of course for those of us in Wales and it may be that the Welsh lingo is an attraction for outside visitors to the country, but that wouldn’t make the words any easier to pronounce.Continue reading