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Venturing North

We took a leisurely drive north, today, for the first time since a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck North Canterbury last November and closed off most of the South Island’s Northern section of State Highway One.  145 more words


Shortest Day

Every year I watch the sun rise later and later, gradually creeping north along the mountain ridge line to the north of my small holding, until it reaches its final destination on the north-west slope of Mt Cass. 73 more words


Simple Pleasures

Mark this day on the calendar. For five hours straight, the sun shone warmly down on mid-Michigan from a cloudless blue sky. In February.

Phenomenal. Glorious. Magnificent.

Thank you, Lord.


Winter's MidPoint (in the Central Rockies)

Although we talk quite frequently about “seasons”, the concept of a season is actually far more abstract in nature than the manner in which it is typically discussed.   784 more words


Winter Months Survival and Readymade Art Advances

This website has always been about trying to improve Blighty and Planet Earth for all life. Of course it’s difficult to please everybody, and even the narrow focus of women, working-class and animal welfare/environment can conflict with each other. 385 more words

Greenygrey Culture

Little Snow

January morn:
On a Saskatchewan field
Little snow remains.

Contemplative Photography