I am very lucky to live in a beautiful location. When I have my Open Studio at home part of the experience is for visitors to walk 400m or about 10 minutes along the Houns Tout path from the walkers’ car park on the edge of Kingston.
I live on the edge of the woods and have a rural outlook and enjoy wildlife coming into the garden, sometimes I photograph it (e.g. Hungry Hare card and print), sometimes I draw, but usually I just watch. Visitors this week who have never seen a hare remind me of this.
So it’s Friday day 7 of Purbeck Art Weeks 2018. I woke early and sat watching the garden and then these two arrived.
How did your day start?
Come and sit in our garden and see what wildlife you see -art and refreshments provided by us, inspiration provided by nature.
Thanks for reading
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