British seashore creatures: Limpets living in a rock pool on Worms Head causeway, Rhossili, Gower, South Wales, U.K. (1)Linda Dobbs from the Gower Peninsula is a fellow seashore lover. While I try to capture the beauty and fascination of what I see with a camera, Linda writes poetry to paint a picture of her experiences.  She has recently published a personal anthology of her work called Listening for Limpets – and I am delighted that she has chosen to feature a couple of my images of limpets from Jessica’s Nature Blog as illustrations.

Linda Dobbs (2012)  Listening for Limpets – A Personal Anthology, Published by Inklemaker in Wales, ISBN 978-0-9546271-5-7., Paperback £8.99.

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