The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was… Read more “2014 in review – thank you for all the visits !”
Originally posted on Bente Haarstad Photography:
For centuries there was production of millstones in these mountains, now a national park. The production in Kvernfjellet (The millstone mountains)…
It’s really cold and windy this morning. On days like this I know I live on the westernmost point of Brittany, where the land juts out undefended… Read more “Autumn into Winter”
Light reflects in a puddle of water in an abandoned industrial building.
Getting ready to garden…..the end of March approaches and with it the likelihood of frosts. Time to think about the garden and new projects. Will it be more veggies … more flowers…a new chicken coop?
All in good time! The essential is to be able to be outdoors and get some daylight time in.
A superb and touching short film about change and difference. I first saw this on the blog of Karin Lisa Atkinson – http://changethelifechannel.blogspot.fr which is a great source of short films with a theme of peace and change running through it. So thanks to Lisa for finding this.
It has been a long week. A week in which Nelson Mandela left us at a great age leaving an enormous legacy of how we can learn… Read more “This week…Nelson, The Colour Purple and other sadnesses”
When I first told friends I was moving to Brest, they looked sad…. Brest has a reputation in Brittany… an ugly concrete jungle thrown up in a hurry… Read more “A city by the sea – part 1”