Whose Core?

After a visit to Ferndene Farm shop this morning Jackie drove me into the forest, where, as in Beckley Common Road, posts protecting verges along lanes are being planted to keep off the eagerly anticipated summer influx of visiting vehicles. Field horses along this road are already wearing their fly masks protecting eyes and earsContinue reading “Whose Core?”

Window Shopping

This morning I posted https://derrickjknight.com/2021/12/14/a-knights-tale-77-1-experiential-groups/ After lunch on this gloomy, yet warm, day we drove to Lyndhurst for some Christmas shopping. The High Street was so unpopulated that it was only when I wished to include visitors in photographs that I could do so, leaving shop windows to my lens. The Stag’s electronic Santa wasContinue reading “Window Shopping”

Cat And Mouse

Last night the full moon cast a spectral spell upon the garden. Early this morning we drove Elizabeth to Lymington Hospital for a routine procedure and collected her later after we had taken a short trip into the forest. Unlike yesterday, today was largely overcast and consequently somewhat warmer. This was the sky above theContinue reading “Cat And Mouse”

Happy New Year!

Early on what would prove to be the brightest part of the day, Jackie disappeared into the garden and returned with a range of frosty photographs, each of which is identified upon accessing the gallery by clicking on any image. By the time we drove out to Elizabeth’s to wish her a socially distanced theContinue reading “Happy New Year!”

In The Rain

Heavy, steady, rain fell throughout most of the day. I photographed the scenes from indoors. The pendant in the rain spattered window was made for me by the daughter of a client some thirty years ago. The fallen pot was blown down. If there are any more we don’t want to know about it. IContinue reading “In The Rain”

At The Trough

James Peacock of Peacock Computers spent most of the morning with me on the phone and at my desk resolving the banking/computer problems. Naturally this has been a great relief. While James and I clicked on icons and stuff outside the kitchen door our nostrils were treated to the delicious aromas of Jackie’s lamb curryContinue reading “At The Trough”