Edwards Path is a track on Dartmoor National Park, below Gutter Tor, that I have walked for over 35 years but, until very recently, did not know it was named as such. This fact intrigued me and started a thought process about the physical act of walking the path and as a metaphor for the path through life's experiences. This expressive semi abstract, landscape oil painting, continues a body of work where the catalyst is, singular or multiple reflections, often in water but could be anything that reflects light. I often sit, fascinated by the ever-changing compositions that occur with, wind blowing the surrounding fauna, changing light levels, colour bouncing around on water. I could simply paint the scene, but for me, the essence is in the recollection, the painting, is my interpretation of a recollected memory.