A leafy, sensory walk at Mugdock, Scotland.

I have made two new short sensory walk videos for you. Both have been uploaded to my Youtube channel.

This one was shot at Mugdock, near the old castle. There are so many leaves on the ground and the fungi are exquisite this time of year.

If you are stuck inside, or are unable to get to green spaces, then I invite you to take a short, sensory walk with me.

These little videos are shot on my phone, and are most definitely amateur quality, but I hope that you will share in my love for nature and my never-ending sense of wonder at the little things around us.

Close your eyes if you want, listen for the magpie, listen to my booths crunching through the leaves. For 2 minutes, just breathe and enjoy nature vicariously with me.

Much love,

liezel

#naturewalk

A rainy walk at Cochno, Scotland.

I have made two new short sensory walk videos for you. Both have been uploaded on my Youtube channel.

This one was shot today as I went out walking in a soft, chilly rain at Cochno, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It is a beautiful place in all seasons, but when the bracken starts dying back in Autumn, its starkness takes on a different loveliness.

If you are stuck inside, or are unable to get to green spaces, then I invite you to take a short, sensory walk with me.

These little videos are shot on my phone, and are most definitely amateur quality, but I hope that you will share in my love for nature and my never-ending sense of wonder at the little things around us.

Close your eyes if you want, listen for the horses, listen to my wellies splashing through the puddles. For 7 minutes, just breathe and enjoy nature vicariously with me.

Much love,

liezel

#naturewalk

the saltings—where many of my poems are born

Fairly close to where I live, is a gem of a greenspace called The Saltings.

It is a favourite place of mine to walk and many of my poems are born here whilst walking—picture me making a mad dash for my car so that I can get to my notebook before I lose the thread in my head!

This week saw my son and I out for a bit of fresh air here.

The meadow looked as beautiful as it always does this time of year, with many bumblebees about and the view towards Helensburgh over the Clyde river was a lovely reward.

Elderflower has to be one of my favourite things about this time of year.

If you live in Glasgow and have not visited this tucked away space, do consider it.

It is well worth it!

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