Posted @withregram • @lyndajonesmonmouth A small drawing I’ve just finished in my sketchbook, it’s inspired by a friends garden a couple of weeks ago, the day before lockdown here in Wales. There were still a lot of leaves on the trees and a few flower…
From festive garlands to fishing rods, delicate jewellery to decadent
chocolates . . .take time out to join us for our annual Christmas A-Fayre.
Browse through the carefully selected stalls, sip on some mulled wine
and do your Christmas shopping for the whole family in a social and
Viewing Points’ Exhibition where the real and abstract intermingle at Bridge Gallery Monnow Bridge Monmouth.
I am ashamed to say that in all the years that Iain and I have lived in this area this is the first time we have ventured up the Sugar Loaf – so named as it looks like an old fashioned sugar loaf especially when it has been snowing. I suppose when you live near something and see it on a day-to-day basis one tends to take things for granted. On this occasion we had planned a quite different walk but circumstances encouraged us to re-think our day.
It was not so very long ago that the thought of walking to Symonds Yat was out of the question. Now I am quite proud to say I am using this walk as a warm up to get back into the habit of regular exercise after having had some time off over the Seasonal Holidays.
Part three of our journey along the famous Offa’s Dyke foot path, and on this occasion we had our youngest daughter, who is much better at taking photos than me, along with us.