One of the Northern Gannet’s largest colonies is found off Ireland’s southwest coast on an island called Little Skellig (Irish Gaelic: Sceilig Bheag)
Here’s another one from the exhibition! Open until Sunday evening at Edinburgh College of Art 🥚
The last of the summer Sea Pink (Armeria maritima)...found along coastal regions of the northern hemisphere, Sea Pink or Sea Thrift looks like it belongs in a Dr. Seuss book with its lollipop flower formations (ball of flowers on a long stick). And s
Í somehow overlooked this picture of the Kerry Cliffs.
I became preoccupied trying to capture as much of the cliffs as possible in one shot, stretching over the top of the fencing in my determination not to let human barriers interfere with the gran
Too much bright light, no clouds, stuffy house, no sweaters. Okay instagrammers, how do I make friends with summer? Tips for how to maximize the cool hours before 10:00 and after 8:00pm (20:00)? #sharethecoast#coastalgamestrong#coastalsunset
Talking of Manannan: 'Whenever he willed he was like the sea, and that is not wonderful, for he was born of the sea. Thus his body was made of green wave. His hair was of wrack and tangle, glistening with spray; his robe was of windy foam; his feet o
I'm so pleased to be able to share my latest pair of Cornish illustrations with you! These two prints were a commission for a couple who tied the knot in this beautiful location, and I'm happy to say they are now available to buy in my shop. They hav
Some shots from yesterday and with these I’m saying “Happy Summer” to you all. I’ll be back in a few weeks ️
- #shishitopeppers and #purslane#harvest for dinner.
- The #urbangarden will soon get entirely covered by purslane. So abundant!
- As long
Clark snapped this awesome shot of a busy bee working on Armeria maritima ‘Rubrifolia’! 🥰 Did you know that we are a neonicitinoid free nursery? This is so important in today’s world and we try to be as pollinator friendly as possible! Additionally,
As part of our pop up art exhibition at the #boscastle#nt cafe this summer, we are delighted and thrilled to be hosting this one off painting, bringing it back to its home ... ‘Seathrift@boscastle ’ by @scpeersart - inspired by the historic harbour a
Absolute pleasure to bring this painting back to its home ... ‘Seathrift@boscastle ’ inspired by the historic harbour and blanket of pink Seathrift (plus resident ) !! Spent many a happy hour in this national trust location!! #cornwallcoast#boscastle
This lovely pink arctic plant is called „sea thrift“... it took me some time to figure that out...You gonna find that plants everywhere in the north, mostly close to the sea on sandy soil. For me, that plant expresses the northern harshness and beaut
Can you hear the ocean in this video? Bring a little bit of the seashore home with you with this Pink Sea Thrift. Just kidding, by the way. We wish it were the sound of waves crashing but it’s actually just HWY 29 in the background.
'Sea Pinks at Croyde Bay' now has a new home in London. It was so admired by the lovely family I was lodging with that I decided to give it to them as a thank you present. It makes me smile to know it'll be appreciated
Being used to seeing crossbills in the Scot's pines of Abernethy Forest it was strange to see this Common Crossbill in a Shetland geo feeding on sea thrift, but a lovely bird to find on Noss this evening.
NEW! So pleased to be able to share this view of Cape Cornwall! It is one of two Cornish illustrations I was commissioned to created for a couple who got married there 🤵
There were a lot of elements to capture in this view, so I had to figure out how
So while Seathrift part 1 is up at the Quay...I have hung part 2 in my ickle flat!.....they have both been safely stashed behind the couch since their last outing!!..who says you need a big space to hang them!!🤣....Absolute coincidence that my cushio
Happy humpday you all! We hope your week is going well and we would like to give you a little boost by showing the flower of the week. This week is Sea Pink - Armeria Maritima. It is native to the Oregon Coast, it is drought tolerant, evergreen and c
The lovely lighthouse of Portland bill from a visit a few months back, when the wild sea thrift flowers were in full bloom.. .
This was my first visit to Portland and it's a very photogenic locations with lots to offer from quarries and lighthouses