Three minute read and ten minute filmThe woodland creaks with the sudden hail storm, tender newborn ramson leaves shudder under the dissonant strikes of unseasonal ice. A coldness casts its enchantment over the mossed boulders, defying the turning of the ...

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As I make my way up the slope between a watching avenue of old oaks and sycamores there’s a real bite to the air. Persistent rain has forced the ground to swell like a sponge and leak out rivulets that ...

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As the snow gently settles a blanket of light upon the land nature is slowing down. Right down.Long nights encourage longer sleeps. Much of life from Bluetits to Birch trees conserve their energy, knowing the secret of rest. Hunkering down ...

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As the days shrink down to their bare minimum over the coming weeks, and dark nights stretch long black wings across the land I find it easy to stay inside.After all there’s always so much to ‘do’, so much to ...

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Leaving home, I wished a quick 'good morning' to Lady Buzzard who was taking a rest from her day on the roof of Big Black Van. I knew this was a particularly telling sign as I left for Anglezarke.A fine ...

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These past few weeks have been challenging haven’t they. For me, life has been something of a rollercoaster ride as I waited for the wave to hit and then felt myself drowning under a black ocean of information, misinformation, speculation, ...

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