This story starts with a murder…. The murder of an artist in Dorothy L Sayers novel ‘Five Red Herrings’. Set in Galloway in Scotland this murder mystery tale uses real locations around Kirkcudbright, Gatehouse of Fleet, Newton Stewart and
I’m on a mission. To find a bridge. Not any bridge. But a particular one that attracted my dad’s attention over 50 ago. In the 1930s the author Dorothy L Sayers wrote a murder mystery about artists. She based
Practising painting from the back of the bike for my mammoth Camino cycle ride next spring.
the long and winding road…..
Fun at spectacular Foxton locks as narrow boat takes an hour to climb what we can walk in 4 minutes! @IWA_UK pic.twitter.com/TYCgdyE1mp — Timmy Mallett (@TimmyMallett) June 4, 2017
Inspired by my cycle ride into Market Harborough. Ready for art event @CroftWingates today pic.twitter.com/nSK5jkMwHQ — Timmy Mallett (@TimmyMallett) June 3, 2017
Naseby monument echoes of English civil war.The beauty is startling. pic.twitter.com/qXh1Af9NFx — Timmy Mallett (@TimmyMallett) June 3, 2017