we are going through a very wet and misty period at the moment in West Cornwall. Familiar places become unfamiliar but strangely beautiful and every dog walk feels like an atmospheric adventure. So I thought I would share a little of our greys, reds and greens today
swarms of herring gulls, black headed gulls, turn stones and sanderlings line the edges of the water looking for food
and the colours! I love the colours at this time of year. I love the moorland reds and greens far more than the summery st Ives blues.
and then one day a dog walk in a different direction, just for a change. The fishing boats at Newlyn harbour on our way to Mousehole along the coastal path.
This is Ash the whippet (for dog lovers!) who accompanies us on our long daily treks into the wilderness.
And this is Teague the strange middle son who forms the rest of the dog walking team and took all the beautiful photos @teague_popovski
The best thing about our dog walks at this time of year is definitely getting home to a warm space and frothy coffee with a little bit of stitching waiting
I hope you are enjoying your outside spaces whatever the weather