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Goodbye summer; hello winter.

Here are two photos I took last week, at virtually the same moment. For me one was the last vestige of Summer and the other was the incoming Winter. 583 more words

Ninewells Wood

Enough is Enough

I think we as a country can do more to save our ancient woodland.

If you are unfamiliar, ancient woodland can be defined as:

The native woodland habitats of our country, which go as far back as 1750 in Scotland, when the first maps to cover the whole country were produced. 582 more words

Save Our Ancient Woodland

Ancient Woodland creates a the natural beauty of England with its rich natural preserved soils never disturbed by modern human activity, delicate eco-systems. But despite popular belief there isn’t really adequate protection for our ancient woodland leaving 600 woods under threat from development plans including roads, houses, sports facilities, golf courses, and car parks. 310 more words


Walking 'St Peter's Way' a Summer Microadventure

On a sunny weekend in August last year I took on the persona of a Pilgrim of old as I walked the length of an ancient route known as St Peter’s Way. 305 more words


Lullaby July

Half way and a few barley corns through July and the land is wailing for water. Tonight three hours of rain are forecast. The water butts will be replenished if I am lucky. 527 more words

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