Painting has always made me happy. Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
What a pea-souper in the last photo! Otherwise it's really beautiful and I love the photo of William the sea dog :)
Yes, it really is as though someone has put a great big blanket up to block the view, lol.
Only for a day or two? Seems a reasonable price to pay to live in such a lovely place! (Your tide change always amazes me!)
Yeah we can cope ;). The height of our tides here is quite dramatic. We know when there's a very low tide, that means a very High tide to follow (or is it the other way round, not sure) lol.
Looks like a lovely place in spite of the fog!
It is :)
Where is that old boat?
It's over at Crow Point, you know, out of Braunton on the toll road to the end. We like to take a walk there every so often. The winds and weather last Winter took a battering on it and sand dunes in parts have totally disappeared. Next time we venture over, I'll take more pictures.
I really need to visit North Devon again soon, I miss it! I'll be in Scotland in July 2018 with our local men's choir, but that's a long way from Devon!
That sounds like an exciting trip with the choir, but yes I agree, it is probably a tad too far to pop down for a visit.
The last photo makes me feel at home, Ann.
I guess we are in that kind of atmosphere to get this. On the one hand, it is like the world has stopped for a while, and then it clears and is a total relief to see it all again. lol