Category: woodland walk

My morning with flowers

Music In The Plants As I kneel by a hedgerow wild, windswept and bountiful with buckthorn, nettles and hips I hear a song rising from within me Voice begins to fly out in tunes old and soulful that repeat in perfect harmony What a… Continue Reading “My morning with flowers”

Scotland – a way forward

My relationship with Scotland has been profound over the years, as many of you will know. I have travelled north, south, through central parts and inner and outer isles and in each place I discovered a part of myself that showed me various truths… Continue Reading “Scotland – a way forward”

A trip that freed me

Here are some pictures from my trip to Perthshire, Scottish Highlands this past October just before Samhain. This was a long anticipated trip, not because it haven’t been before, I have, but because I made it there on my own after talking and planning… Continue Reading “A trip that freed me”

Summer overwhelm

As summer begins to spread her warm embrace throughout the land for me achieving a balanced state of mind becomes challenging. I begin to feel enclosed with everything blooming into thick foliage and undergrowth. As winter is a time of spaciousness and openness for… Continue Reading “Summer overwhelm”

Another year, another joyful experience

One of the most magical sights of the whole year – bluebell woods, a time when deep blue, purplish coloured flowers cover the ground of ancient woods and it is magnificent. Not only it is delightful to the eye it is reviving to all… Continue Reading “Another year, another joyful experience”