We spend September in the small village of La Croix Valmer and this is one of our local beaches.
An evening stroll through the pretty Burgundy village of Bligny - sur - Ouche.
Having a sister living in the Lake District gives me a wonderful excuse to visit there often. I love the painting the fells at different times of year, their colours and moods are continually changing.
. An aptly named corner of Betys y Coed
Walking along the Wye is a most pleasurable activity, this route takes you up to Simmonds Yat from where it’s possible to watch the Peregrine Falcons soar across the valley below.
Gillan Creek, view from a walk in Cornwall
We spent a week near this spot early in the summer and walked the length of the river from the village of Helford to the mouth of the estuary
Awe inspiring landscapes! We spent a week exploring this area of Cumbria in early Spring…very cold!
I live near the Loddon and often walk along its banks.
A very muddy lane experienced on a walk in Devon!
Dramatic shadows on a sunny day in the New Forest.
First impressions of the Norfolk Broads.
Acrylic on canvass
60 X 75cms
As we wandered across Dartmoor we past old, mossy green walls and had to carefully pick our way through the large blocks of fallen granite that littered our path.
Wild and awe inspiring landscape!
This is my home area which I visit often as my mother lives in Kingsbury Episcopi and it was here that I painted this picture.
You have to try and capture the unpublished view of such an iconic subject!
Our son and his family live near Ross on Wye and so we have a wonderful excuse to spend time exploring this beautiful part of the world.
Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noon day sun! A particularly hot September day which had started very cool and just perfect for a stroll along the cliff walk!