Returned to the UK ... Heavenly Dorset

09th July 2013
Returned to the UK ... Heavenly Dorset

The sun set across the Marshwood Vale, with Lewesdon Hill and Lamberts Castle providing the contours on the horizon

I have now retuned to the UK for the next few months, returning from the small island of Bequia, in St Vincent and the Grenadines, in the Eastern Caribbean. A stunningly beautiful island and one I hope you will all visit at some point and join me for a 1:1 day there too. For the next few years, I will not be spending 6 months of the year in the UK and the 'other' 6 months in the Caribbean.

My return to the UK seems to have coincided with the arrival of summer, at last it seems.

My return brought me back initially to Dorset once again, but only fleetingly, so I headed to the top of Eggardon Hill to watch the summer sunset out across the Marshwood Vale, light up the fields as the sun set and then colour the sky with its golden orange glow.

Its a great viewpoint with the Marshwood Vale stretched out in front of you and Lewesdon Hill and Lamberts Castle rolling on the horizon. As the sun set and sank below the hills, the low clouds gleamed in the light and the sky took on the orange glow as the sun moved on round.

I will be based along the South Coast of the UK for the coming months and will be offering a range of courses and 1:1 tuition days for anyone interested in learning more, doing more and seeing more!. Details of these days can be found on the top menu.

The sun set across the Marshwood Vale, with the sun providing some glare across the fields

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