It's about a slow-paced and quiet, solitary pilgrimage of a passionate photographer, with stopovers to contemplate the wonders of nature and one's own Self.

I'm afraid, for the time being my BLOG can only be read on PC,

while WIX and I are trying to amend it.


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How I Nearly Hopped From Peak to Peak to Skiddaw

Oh, how I wanted to climb Skiddaw! I really did! I studied diligently the writings of Wainwright, that Lakeland genius, and others, of course. For days (of my two week holiday) I walked the roads and paths of the Ellen River Valley, reaching as far as I possibly could on my day’s journey from sunrise to sunset. I climbed Binsey (across the valley from Skiddaw) a few times (twice before sunrise and a few times before sunset), to get a better view. Skiddaw always looked distant, although rather innocuous; very charming when bathed in the light of dawn, and alluring when kissed by the sun breaking through; and certainly dull and boring beneath a grey blanket of clouds. One day I hiked as far as

Embraced by the Big Wide World

Hmm, let me think... When was the last time that I wrote for my English blog?.. Oh, yes! When I went out into the Big Wide World! Exactly a year and a half ago. I have to admit it was scary, but the World was so open, so friendly and so full of opportunities, that I'm glad I had enough courage to take that first step into the Unknown. For bravery I've been rewarded with two trips (so far!) to the Outer Hebrides, Scotland; a lengthy stay in Northumberland (Whitburn, Tyne and Wear); a break in South Downs where one day I surpassed myself and did 30 km (18 mi); then briefly back into the woods of North East Lithuania before we had ever heard of the word 'pandemic'; the northern edge of the La