This is the view to the EAST coming down from the TARDIS*, shot early one morning in September at sunrise. The TARDIS is my home away from home, my 'get-away' woman cave--where legends are made, and hand dyed wools are spun into yarns; where letters and diaries are written and ideas are born; where my days are planned and chores prioritized; where meditation and painting and playing music wrap me in the cloak of nature and all that is good and kind.
You can see Coopworth sheep grazing in the east paddock beyond the house; Highland cattle roam the hills south and west of the farmhouse - our newest member of the fold is pictured below.
*The TARDIS is my studio (Once I had a TIPI up on the hill behind our house 250 yds. to the NW. A windstorm took it out three years ago, so I replaced it with a small, barn-like, permanent structure where I write, spin, paint, practice banjo, and enjoy fire-pit evenings with the hubby---where I 'sleep-with-the-dogs'!) The name, TARDIS, I borrowed from "Dr. Who"-- the Sci-Fi TV program. TARDIS is 'Time And Relative Dimension In Space' -- seemingly so, a most appropriate place at all times to hang out, think, write, spin, weave, knit, paint, sleep-with-the-dogs, and just BE!