last weekend saw me returning once more to the coast.
it’s my retreat. my place to re-charge. a place where i can be quiet and still, re-connect with the earth and myself.
i took a mermaid rock away with me which simply says LET GO. it’s only a small rock, yet it’s big message kept whispering itself to me as i was away. in the quiet moments i would think of all the things i hold on to that i don’t need. these things will be thanked for their service, then gently removed from my life over the coming months.
An odd name for a headland, but one pertaining to the twin knolls that overlook the many earthworks that are a feature of this grassy, cliff-bound, peninsula.
– Martin Hesp
then back up the road to the car and home with some fish & chips and a bottle of locally produced cider.
and had a delicious lunch at rick stein’s seafood restaurant (we think he might own half the town), pairing our lunch with a delicious bottle of local bubbly, made just down the road at camel bay winery
we returned to london where i feel both completely relaxed after my time away and totally overwhelmed by the noise, the crowds, life. i feel somehow part of everything yet also removed from it.
with love to you wherever you adventures are taking you,
p.s. more photos up on flickr and polaroids to come…