Monthly Archive: April, 2012

A day like this

The beauty of nature, unspoilt and alive and well on Sherkin Island earlier today.

Going around in circles (3)

Okay, this is beginning to sound like a scratched record. The circle theme is definitely coming to an end now, I promise! I just want to say that there’s something very therapeutic about crocheting in… Continue reading

Going around in circles (2)

“Nothing is so beautiful as spring, when weeds in wheels shoot long and lovely and lush.” Gerald Manley Hopkins

Going around in circles

The spiral in our grass (can’t call it a lawn as it’s a bit of a field really) has raised some eyebrows and some laughs on the island but hey, whoever said that mowing… Continue reading

Into the west

Looking west from the top of the garden, you can see Cape Clear Island in the background to the left and to the right lies Mizen Head, Ireland’s most southwesterly point. Beyond lies the… Continue reading