Dipper

Dipping Through Waterfall Country

Of all the seasons autumn for me is the one which seems to pass the quickest. One minute it’s all lush vegetation and long sunny days, the next barren landscapes and lashings of rain. Somewhere in-between those classic vistas with which we’re all so familiar, of valleys bedecked in oranges Read more…

Eas Fors, Isle of Mull

Eas Fors – Isle of Mull

Originally written 16/07/2017 Eas Fors is Mull’s most spectacular waterfall enjoying an unhindered drop directly into the waters of Loch Tuath. Even during a dry spell it makes for an impressive sight but after a full day’s rain? Thunderous is the word. Although the morning had started a little grey Read more…

Ingleton Waterfalls

Ingleton Waterfalls

After enduring a series of heavy deluges the day before (which we overcame in fantastic style if I do say so myself) we thought on Sunday that we may as well make use of all that fallen water. So it was that we found ourselves at Ingleton, home of allegedly Read more…

Lake Vyrnwy

Lake Vyrnwy and Rhiwargor Waterfall

Lake Vyrnwy gives the impression of a place that is widely known but far less frequently visited. There can’t be many for instance who aren’t familiar with its classic landscape of thickly wooded hillsides and extravagant Victorian architecture, though I imagine most have never made the trek to witness that Read more…

My Life Outside blog

The Missing Three Weeks

The missing three weeks. It sounds like a title for the next Hollywood blockbuster but in truth its a simple introduction to me catching up on a blog that has been sadly neglected for much of January as work and life, with a very heavy emphasis on the former, have Read more…