Close encounter with a Highland Cow… but I had expected something more majestic, proud and sturdy. Seen too many postcards in tourist shops, I suppose. Anyway, it was colossal enough to block our way when we returned home from Iona yesterday. It took a while before it decided to step aside to browse the grass in the verge.
Winter nights in the Park are dark. This is for a reason: street lighting is minimised to keep disturbance of night animals as low as possible. Also in East Whins, our own estate, is this principle followed: little lights at … Continue reading
While most of the co-workers were in Cluny during the second half of the Internal Conference last week, the Park was quiet and peaceful, in a brief hibernation. The picture shows the General Office seen from the Original Garden, with … Continue reading
In the flowerbed along the path behind the CC, the first snowdrop has bravely poked it’s head through last year’s plant remains. I took this picture with my brand new Canon 7D SLR camera, that has arrived only yesterday. My … Continue reading
Behind the Barrel Houses is a plot with trees, partly slanting or fallen, and a swing suspended from a big bough which had been popular with children. This plot is going to be an edible permaculture garden. In order to … Continue reading
Building site West Whins, our houses in East Whins at the back. Change is coming…
Today is Winter Solstice, the end of a cycle and the beginning of a new one. It happens to coincide with the weekly change of Findhorn Foundation programmes, which is always on a Saturday. The Runway is busy with people … Continue reading