KMorral

Lowestoft, United Kingdom

Scribbler, writer, painter, photographer and designer; creative alround and proud.

Portfolio

Pretty Portrait by KMorral Golden sky by KMorral Gleaming Black by KMorral Walk Away by KMorral Curiosity by KMorral Sitting Comfortably by KMorral Blue Tit by KMorral Thyme by KMorral Chania Lighthouse by KMorral Island rest by KMorral Plaice by KMorral Serene by KMorral Volcanic Seashore by KMorral Balos Lagoon by KMorral Check us out by KMorral Venetian Harbour windows by KMorral Hide and Seek by KMorral Breakfast by KMorral Across the rooftops by KMorral Blue by KMorral Take off by KMorral Filtered by KMorral Moonlight Pine by KMorral Flying Free by KMorral Beyond the wall by KMorral Cloudy Mountain by KMorral Lemon Tree by KMorral White Rabbit by KMorral Red and Yellow Tulip by KMorral Forsythia Hedge by KMorral Burbling by KMorral Woodland stream by KMorral Back lit Blue Tit by KMorral Tentative by KMorral Forsythia by KMorral Black Beauty by KMorral Smudge by KMorral Fantasy Folk by KMorral Reaching for water by KMorral Churning by KMorral Scarlet fever by KMorral Spring Glory by KMorral Black and White by KMorral Big Wheel by KMorral Red and Yellow by KMorral Tower Bridge I-phone by KMorral Nottingham Council House I-phone by KMorral Streaks of blue by KMorral Caen Men's Abbey by KMorral Architecture by Light by KMorral Calendar Attitude by KMorral Sandiacre Lock house by KMorral Back lighting by KMorral Catching the damp by KMorral Liverpool Museum by KMorral Spiraling by KMorral Looking Up by KMorral Colourful Capital by KMorral Tower Bridge by KMorral

Rain

sheets of water blurring the landscape beyond; / the dance of leaves at its touch;

Cycling the Transpenine Way 3b

… suggested that we were only about eight miles from our destination. This gave us hope that we had only a short while (about half an…

Trailing the Transpenine way 3a

We passed along the canal, where brazen Heron’s stalked submerged beams, or waited by the trail.
Beach walk by KMorral Lumps and Bumps (light and shade) by KMorral Big Ben by KMorral Gleaming detail by KMorral Sparkles by KMorral Fully Loaded by KMorral

Trailing the Transpenine Way 2

Monday, the day the trek across the country began, was a day of a fairly short distance; the aim for cycle the 30 mile distance to Hale, so…

Trailing the Transpenine Way 1

As with most of my holidays, this one started with a frantic rush. Or more to the point, at a frantic pedal.
Urban Scribbles by KMorral Foggy Foliage by KMorral

The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 8

The following day, as I sat alongside DI Plum in the courtroom, Max Coons changed his plea.

The Robin Hood Murders chapter 7

The second letter was hand written, bold writing jumping clearly from the envelope giving me pause to think before examining the contents.

The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 4

“I’m to take you to the police station, Detective Inspector Plum wants to discuss this with you personally.”

The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 6

I am delighted to hear from your salubrious colleagues of the press that you are alive and well.

The Robin Hood Murders 5

Staring, I watch numbly as he stretched my leg out, pressing against a gushing red stain that spread slowly across the blue jeans.

The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 4 (Extended)

the police were unable to identify a likely shooting position, so I was going in totally exposed.

The Robin Hood Murders- Chapter 3

Max Coons was a quiet, observant presence in his shop as I admired his work. His love of Nottingham and sports were clear

The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 2

“You were concerned about further murders?” / “Yes I was. Mark Coons’ initial two murders in the Narrow Marsh beneath Shire hall were targe…
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