Thursday, 25 June 2009


Here's a little time-lapse video I knocked up from footage I took on the open beach at Pendine, Carmarthenshire, when I was hunting for Trefenty last month in South Wales. I'd like to dedicate it to young Dilys - who must remember never to tell anyone what sort of cheese the moon is really made from. Ever. It's a special secret.

Althouth blurry, I love how the moon goes from a burning ochre to a chilly cream in, what on the night, was about two hours. And how the moon shows a soft arc in the middle month, skimming the sea on its journey, rather than the steep winter climb that I watched at the beginning of my year. Whether I get a book out of this or not, it doesn't seem to matter when I'm reminded of experiences like this.

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