Monthly Archives: May 2021

Getting close to nature.

I was on my usual walk along the coast when I spotted a bee feeding on nectar. I was soon on my hands and knees trying to get a photo. The bee did not appreciate my being there and got … Continue reading

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A stroll round Little Crosby.

It was a beautiful sunny afternoon so I went for a short walk round the walls of Little Crosby. Starting from Hall Road I followed the newly surfaced Dibb Lane heading for the village of Little Crosby. I then turned … Continue reading

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A stroll through the dunes.

Yesterday I went for a short stroll along the coast. Starting from Crosby Coastguard Station I headed north through the dunes. What would I see today? There were lots of wild flowers, mainly dandelions and daisies but there were quite … Continue reading

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A few hours on the rock.

It was the last day of our tour of AndalucĂ­a and another early start to the day, but we were used to it by now. We left Seville and headed for the coast and the port of Ajeciras and on … Continue reading

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