Daily Archives: May 21, 2014

And then it rained…

We were rained on… again… as we left the church in Bakewell, so we headed for lunch in the little village of Monyash before tackling Arbor Low. It was, we thought, getting a little suspicious… every time we got to … Continue reading

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The beast in the cafe by Steve Tanham

My fellow director of the Silent Eye, Steve Tanham, has recently begun a new personal blog, Lakeland Musings. You can find it here. The Beast in the Cafe Our first meeting was hard to forget. It was a grey Winter … Continue reading

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Beauty and the bees

  “Stu’s Gorgeous.” My lips, though twitching, are sealed… I say nothing… as he points, grinning, to the inscription. Except, I am pretty sure it actually says Sanctus Georgius. However….I dutifully agree and click the shutter to capture the evidence … Continue reading

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Bluebells and beech trees

  When you live in a landscape it is very easy to take it for granted. You see it every day and normality can dull the beauty, busyness draws the attention away from open eyed wonder and everyday cares can … Continue reading

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