Friday, 18 October 2013

Part 2

Blogger was being a pain and not letting me type where I wanted hence part 2. I have been in Lyme Regis for a week, part stewarding at the South West Textile Group's exhibition, go and visit if you can, and part holiday.

 We went via Wimborne Minster to see  'The Journey: Exploring the Nature of Mending part curated by Jacy Wall. An interesting and thought provoking exhibition at Walford Mill

Then on to Lyme Regis where we had a lovely week and I found a fossil at Charmouth.
Since I've been back I went to see the Matthew Harris exhibition at Stroud Museum with one of my textile groups, always a joy to see his work. I have lots of images but probably should post them, but might put one up anyway.
View from rented flat

View from flat

View from flat

Lyme Regis from the Cobb, made famous in the film of The French Lieutenant's Woman

Thought this was amusing

Rock patterns - Charmouth

Reflection of sunset

Matthew Harris's work


  1. Wow! Three posts in one and all of them wonderful. Love Matthew Harris's work and the beautiful locations you show here. Thank you- a lovely way for me to start the day.

    1. Thanks Penny, its two in the afternoon here, time differences are a bit weird sometimes.

  2. What a lovely place to be for a week! I liked the rocks with their patterns and the whole atmosphere of the location. I'm sure it must have been inspiring to be part of the event.

    Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment Debbie...I did answer there and am sorry I have not got that reply facility set up so it come through to you!!
    Best to you,

    1. Thank you Sophie for your comments, I have read your reply on your blog and appreciate your words and help, I will start with small steps, later in my life than should be but older brings freedom in a way.