I had a delightful visit with a lovely choir friend this morning, treated to Lemon Drizzle Cake and coffee and special cookies to bring home. Suddenly J said, “There’s a heron in the garden!” and there it was, just 6′ away at first. He was eyeing up the fish in the pond but took to flight when I stepped out to get more pictures. Here are the photos I managed to get of this elegant creature. Apparently the Heron signifies patience, just waiting and going with the flow – seems about right for these strange times.
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1 Over the King Harry Ferry to St Just and then a five mile walk along the coastal path to St Mawes, again showing Cornwall off to P.
2 The best dessert in the world has to be blackberries warmed by the sun and straight from the hedgerows.
And while I was picking blackberries I spotted this spider very busily spinning her web.
3 On the small stretch of beach that you can walk along on this walk we found lots of fantastical driftwood and this delightful resting place!
and a bonus photo – just because I love the colours in the foreground and hope you will too!