We just wanted to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year!!
The shortest days have enveloped us and bringing with them hygge – the compensations of the winter season, those long cosy evenings to enjoy the subtle pleasures of winter.
Winter is a time to find a good book with snuggly throw by the fireside, or watching a fantastically bad Christmas film curled up with the cat.
Winter brings the compensation of beautiful sunrises and glowing sunsets to mark our day and Cornish harbour spangled with Christmas lights long into the evenings. Continue reading “Merry Christmas with a celebration of winter” »
The pretty French bed in the Blue bedroom
This week’s snaps of Ednovean farm travel from a glorious sunset over the sea to my attempts at interior photography in our elegant Blue bedroom. i must say that I ind interior photography very hard and I had sneakily planned to wait for the complimentary disk to arrive after last years interiors photo shoot here but in the meantime I wanted to show off our elegant Blue bedroom a little more on our website and so with the tips gathered from the visiting pro photographer in mind I set to work. Continue reading “Photographing the Blue room and other news” »
The sun breaks through and brings the geraniums to life on the terrace
Ah autumn days and the days grow shorter as the breezes start to stir the autumn leaves. My thoughts recently have begun to turn towards brisk walks along the tide line with the white balls of foam drifting past, only to scud away across the sands and supper in a cosy pub for a special treat in the gathering dusk.
So far the temperature has been remarkably high this year, even for sub tropically inclined west Cornwall but the first misty days of autumn finally came and then cleared with the racing evening breeze to give us to give the late afternoons a glowing golden light sometimes followed by a wonderful sunset.
This week too I’ve gathered an armful of rich russet bracken and drying seed heads from the Cornish banks to bring into the house to celebrate the autumn season and Spud-Cat snoozed on in a cosy window seat. Continue reading “Autumn days” »
The end of the day and the house looks mellow in the golden light of autumn
With a swirl of falling leaves the autumn days have come to Ednovean Farm and yet the sun’s warmth still hints of summer. The countryside has mellowed to softer autumn shades and the bracken on the heathland that follow the coastline have turned to a crisp bronze to contrast with the twinkling blue sea. This month the first of the Atlantic storms came in to pound along the beaches with relentless force, sending wet suit clad surfers off, to bob in the sea waiting for the perfect wave.
At Ednovean Farm last week, we had a very special guest in Classical dressage trainer Jenny Rolfe and Spanish Stallion Danilon and I enjoyed a couple of dressage lessons and the cats snoozed on in the autumn sunshine – aren’t we lucky with the weather!! Read on for my latest albums of Ednovean and photos of this morning in Cornwall. Continue reading “Autumn days at Ednovean Farm” »
Dramatic foliage framing St Michael’s Mount at sunset looking across Mounts bay from our garden
I think I fell in love with the garden again this morning. The lines of newly emerged pampas plumes became almost iridescent in the morning sunshine in an ever repeating pattern marching down the garden and I was once again instantly smitten by their quiet majesty. This month’s photos were inspired by the play of light and dappled shadows around the garden and of course the beautiful blue of the sea that frames our days here at Ednovean farm. Continue reading “The September garden” »
The sun setting beyond from Ednovean farm’s garden overlooking St Michael’s Mount
As we start another week here in Cornwall I thought you might enjoy seeing one of those moments of magic when the sun sinks down below the horizon and we slip towards the night. This weekend I managed to race across our lawn just in time to catch these two pictures of a gorgeous sunset over Mounts Bay as the sun sank behind St Michael’s Mount. I always love the effect that the palms that edge our lawn make silhouetted in the dusk and so i thought i would share it in a tiny blog tonight Continue reading “A moment of magic” »
This autumn we’ve had a wonderful season of sunsets and rainbows. Each day this November has been different of course, with great arching rainbows to follow the showers or rich dramatic skies as the final celebration of a sunny day. Continue reading “Autumn, season of sunsets and rainbows” »
As September draws on, the mind wanders towards autumn and perhaps the prospect on one last short break before the “C” word is mentioned The soft autumn sunshine is perfect here in Cornwall for exploring the coastal path with is secret coves and trawling the waters edge with only the sea birds for company. For the days ahead when Cornwall can still hint of summer and the frost seldom forms, we have a special offer of Autumn and Winter three day break reductions. Also this week I’ve shared my favorite sunset photos taken from Ednovean farm and a little bit of news from Perranuthnoe. Continue reading “Autumn breaks, fiery sunsets and village chat” »