Waxing Crescent

As the days draw longer, I enjoy my evening walk more. On Monday I strolled along the edge of Cymbeline Meadows towards the sunset, to catch sight of the moon, waxing crescent as it rose. I respect the older trees; here long before me, here long after me, their constancy reassures me.

Tuesday Evening

Tuesday evening on the University of Essex campus, at Wivenhoe House, before going in for dinner. In 1759, Thomas Reynolds was commissioned by Isaac Rebow to build this, now Grade II listed, property. Later, in 1816, Rebow's descendant, Major-General Francis Slater Rebow commissioned John Constable to paint the house and grounds. That painting became part … Continue reading Tuesday Evening

Sunny Green

This is what I see when I step outside the cottage and, well, the title should be plural - greens - shouldn't it? All those shades of green telling me why I love this land of England. It's just that 'greens' puts me in mind of cabbage, so this title stays singular. So, it's day … Continue reading Sunny Green