Our Sussex bluebell woods will soon be at their spring best, but they’re likely to be unvisited this year. Yet we need the healing powers of nature in an unspoiled Eden more than ever now.Continue reading “An Unspoiled Eden”
After the devastation of World War II the rebuilding of Coventry cathedral offered a symbol of peace, hope and reconciliation. The sorrow of Good Friday always gives way to the joy of Easter and resurrection.Continue reading “Beauty from the Ashes”
The Cotswold villages have a unique charm with their attractive honey-coloured limestone cottages, clustered together around fine churches. They make for an ever-popular tourist destination and a photographer’s dream.Continue reading “Up There on the Cotswolds”
An angry sky and strengthening autumn winds indicate that rough weather is approaching. Time to batten down the hatches. Yet gales can bring unexpected benefits.
A peaceful, calming, stress free day spent beside one of England’s beautiful chalk rivers. What better place to be on a hot summer’s day.
A quiet spot on the Essex coastal marshes, where time seems to stand still, raises the question—where is the source of true power? Continue reading “On the Essex Marshes”
The secret of a contented life is to learn how to end the day well. Nature’s ‘Evensong’ has some lessons for us. Continue reading “Nature’s Evensong”