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A Blindingly Obvious Fashion Statement. (Eight images)

Sunrise: 06.40 Sunset: 06.00

I wrote in my 1st march post “Blind” that I would post images of the new blind I built on the east bank of the North Pond Chain. 275 more words

Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

Puddles, Scrapes, Drainage Ditches, Ponds and Pools. (4 images)

I think most people know what a puddle is: rain water captured in a shallow ground depression, where young children can safely jump with wellies on. 593 more words

Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

Space Invaders.

Sunrise: 07.54 Sunset: 04.49

When on the marsh, I am inevitably drawn to the North Pond chain – fed by natural springs rising in the swamp, it’s an important and vibrant resource and home to varied plant and animal wildlife: some of it rare. 409 more words

Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

Being in Oneself | Freedom, or... The Strange & Curious Tale of the Last True Hermit

For nearly thirty years, a phantom haunted the woods of Central Maine. Unseen and unknown, he lived in secret, creeping into homes in the dead of night and surviving on what he could steal. 116 more words

Looking North.

Sunrise: 08.13 Sunset: 03.54

Looking north into the swamp. Nice log pile.

Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

Low Impact Exercise.

Sunrise: 08.11 Sunset: 03.54

Coppicing and pollarding offer excellent low impact exercise opportunities for most age groups, particularly those who believe they are past it. Woodland activities work the body’s  main muscle groups, without over stressing them or the heart – providing you take it easy at the beginning. 306 more words

Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve