This evening.. Looking back at the house from the walled garden. The skies had a haze of pink as the moon came into play, can you see it?
I love walking through the garden in this light.. everything has a mystical feel..
• SUNRISE PADDLE •
So great to be on a kayak in the middle of nature for a sunrise paddle outside Chiang Mai ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️
ᴄʜᴇᴄᴋ ᴏᴜᴛ ᴛʜᴇsᴇ
ᴄʜᴇᴄᴋ ᴛʜɪs ᴇᴘɪᴄ couple
Climbing on big rocks was one of my favorite things to do as a kid❤️...
...as well as climbing trees🌲, rolling down grassy hills⛰ , riding my bike🚲...anything outdoors made me happy!
I may be an ‘adult’ but I sure feel like a kid in a playground whenever we visit National Parks!
We’re so incredibly fortunate to be able to travel/work/play/climb/explore full time!!
What was your favorite childhood activity??
Autumnal glory at River Cottage HQ this morning. It’s @brazier.lucy here, walking down the sunny track towards a day of baking (and eating). After 12 years on the RC team I still love turning the corner and seeing HQ nestled in the valley. There is a hint of woodsmoke in the air and curious sheep watching our cookery school guests arriving... #autumnmorning#thetrack#cookeryschool
I stopped to eat my lunch today outside the beautiful Palladian style, St Lawrence church in Mereworth. I have always suspected there must be a story behind it as it’s so different from most of the medieval churches around Kent. It turns out that the church was built in the mid-1740s by John Fane, the 7th Earl of Westmorland following his removal of the village's 12th century place of worship to allow for the enlargement of Mereworth Castle. I’m not sure I approve of his approach, however it’s stunning architecturally and now Grade 1 listed. #churcharchitecture#kentchurches#merryworth#kentlife#visitkent#myviewtoday#palladianarchitecture