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Ian Hedley
Drawings of Dorset and much more. I also run the pen blog search engine and blog about pens at
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Ian Hedley Nov 14
Happy with how this portrait of Ella came out
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Ian Hedley Nov 12
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Ian Hedley Nov 12
This pencil drawing of the cottage in Dorset where Thomas Hardy was born is for sale (original, print or greetings card) in my Etsy shop:
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Ian Hedley Nov 3
A quick little sketch on Portland. @ Portland, Dorset, United Kingdom
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Ian Hedley Oct 28
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Ian Hedley Oct 27
Silver birches, by the river Frome. Had a lot of fun drawing this.
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Ian Hedley Oct 22
Mandarin duck Brought over from China and escaped into the wild.
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Massimo Oct 18
The art of leaf carving is a Chinese traditional technique that involves the delicate trimming of leaves to develop a picture or a landscape
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Ian Hedley Oct 19
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Ian Hedley Oct 18
Fizzy couldn’t care less about my drawing
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Ian Hedley Oct 15
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David Poxon Oct 10
Tourist pure watercolour. Visit my open Studio Gallery this sat and sunday 10am to 3pm in Shropshire England. Pm me for address !
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Paul 🌹📚 Cooper Oct 8
Some of the most remarkable lost artefacts from the ancient world were the titanic wrecks of the Nemi ships. In their 1st century heyday they held gardens, palaces & baths in a floating wonderland. But barely a decade after their recovery, they were lost forever.
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Ian Hedley Oct 8
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Ian Hedley Oct 5
This is the cottage in Bockhampton where Thomas Hardy was born and grew up. I like how this one’s turned out. @ Hardy's…
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Ian Hedley Oct 4
Kestrel. We were lucky enough to be able to watch several of these hovering below us recently. A beautiful sight.
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Ian Hedley Sep 29
Lovely afternoon walking along the Purbeck coast from Durdle Door to White Nothe @ Durdle Door
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Ian Hedley Sep 28
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Ian Hedley Sep 26
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