Monthly Archives: December 2014

Winter sun on the Garth

Low winter sun makes for long dark shadows on hillsides and even startling coppery colours on birches.  Moments to be seen and captured in memory. Today, my horse had another day off in the field while I tried (and mainly … Continue reading

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Stone, bricks and art on Bute Street, Cardiff

Cardiff Bay has some fabulous old big buildings, often now occupied by social enterprises or artists among others. Dock Chambers on Bute Street is one example.     Bute Street was constructed in 1830 by the 2nd Marquis of Bute … Continue reading

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Rolling in mud

Muddy after the rain, fields take a churning from horses’ feet.  Bo and his friends stepped beyond the mud-covered hard area by the gate when turned out for a couple of hours and each rolled and rolled. Bo was last … Continue reading

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The trip to choose Pencoed Grower’s xmas trees

It was time this week to combine our regular vegetable buying from Pencoed Growers  with the annual picking of a Christmas tree.  This year we were joined by a little person and took the short route to the small trees. … Continue reading

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