I have decided that cold weather and wind are fine for walking — lots of layers and a padded coat with a hood see to that.Mud, however is quite different. It can be quite a hazard. My first walks from Limeslade to Brandy Cove, were reasonably mud-free. From Pwll Du onwards, however, mud became a frequent peril. It’s just as tiring as sand to walk through but offers the excitement of the possibility of a) slipping and…

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Landscape painter. Inspired by light and colour. Living in Derry & Donegal. www.emmafcownie.com

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Emma Cownie

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Landscape painter. Inspired by light and colour. Living in Derry & Donegal. www.emmafcownie.com

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