Monthly Archives: November 2017

Flowers As Nature Intended

Today is the start of wreath making madness! Everything sourced from the hedgerows, woods and verges filled in with greenery and flowers from gardens and forestry – having asked for permission first! Caroline is a Constance Spry trained florist, with … Continue reading

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Autumn Light

One of the many joys of overlooking the sea is to watch the weather. As if by magic, so often, clouds part or cover at high or low tide. Today was no exception, dull, but with another high tide due, … Continue reading

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