For my 99th blog entry I feel honoured to share this video.
It is not my work.
It definitely echoes my sentiments – great work by its creators.
Enjoy it and thanks again for visiting my site
I look forward to your return!
I had occasion to visit one of my favourite haunts today, grateful for the opportunity to charge my batteries in bright sunshine and (albeit in the middle of the city) surrounded by Nature.
I had my iPad with me, ready to take the odd snap if the right moment arose…
I strolled on a bit
These creatures always take my breath away…
What happened next was quite remarkable. I was humbled to bear witness to the rawness of Nature at it’s cutting edge:
I hope you had a chance to get outside today – tomorrow is another gift… Make the most of it in the Great Outdoors if at all possible!
Thank you for your visit as always…
I just love this picture… I read somewhere that globally, Mallards are the most widespread species of duck. They always make me smile when I see them.
Thank you for visiting, as always.
I saw this video on the Fishing in Style website… I am inspired by the passion for quality and perfection that goes into every rod… The narrator says “part of that person, part of the passion goes into each rod…”
I am hugely grateful to fellow blogger and custodian of the Great Outdoors RH for helping me in my ongoing endeavours to catch a bonefish by remote control! This was a long term experiment involving mighty feats of design, implementation, collaboration and documentation, plus a fair few air miles!
Massive thanks to the patient testers and I look forward to future iterations should they unfold.
In January I posted an article called BONEFISHING ON ABACO: A CHALLENGE IS ACCEPTED. This stemmed from contact online with fisherman and fly tyer Mark Minshull, who kindly tied some flies for me to try on the Marls. In the post I showed pictures of my manky flybox and his immaculate flies. We agreed to see how things turned out while I was on Abaco in March, and that I would report back…
We set out to test the efficacy of prototype ‘Mark 1’ bonefishing flies in the waters of the Abaco Marls. Our testers came from the US (TC & AH), Northern Ireland (AB), and England (RH). All are proficient fly fishermen with experience of several prime bonefishing destinations between them, except for the Englishman RH who was included to…
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