I’m craving sun and heat at the moment as we have storm after storm. My walk in hail stone and snow the other night was particularly unpleasant!
A couple of years ago we stayed with friends in Vegas and went hiking in Red Rock Canyon – no cold there at that time!
Sometimes you go out to catch a sunset. Sometimes you’re just out and about anyway!
Crosshaven, Co Cork
I made some new friends on my little walk in the Galway/Mayo countryside.
Wandering around Bristol, the home of Banksy, is like wandering around an open-air art gallery (heaven for me!)
Everywhere you look there’s something to see. Some of Banksy’s works have been removed and put in the Bristol Museum and M Shed. Both free entry and worth a visit.
We’re back to our usual rainy self now, but the weekend was lovely–freezing, but lovely! The perfect day to go to Kinsale. After a very quick walk along the beach because it was too cold, we headed into the town to look around the shops and galleries, and, of course, to have cake 😉
As the cold, stormy weather sweeps across parts of the northern hemisphere, I dug out some shots of the only really snowy winter I’ve ever experienced in 2010.
Stay warm wherever you’re reading, or cool if you’re down south!
We arrived into a snowy and sunny Bristol. (I know that as you read that sentence some of you are laughing thinking that I think this is snow!) The forecast for the rest of our trip was bad, so we headed straight to the Clifton suspension bridge so that we could take advantage of the best weather.
The bridge was designed by the engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and spans the Avon Gorge and the river Avon. We quickly crossed it to get some shots before the light faded.
On the way down we did stop to throw some snowballs because this is probably the only snow we’ll see this winter!