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Glorious Sunday morning spring sunshine and so I made the most of a chance to see the bluebells as they emerge here. I drove along the hills to the hamlet of Whiteleaved Oak, one of my favourite places tucked away … Continue reading
Some recent pictures. (And not of any of the local springs.) Sheep being moved on North Hill. Primroses at Croome Court. British Camp. Waymarks. Paper birch (Betula papyrifera)? growing with silver birches.
Blog has been utterly neglected BUT only because I’ve been busy doing *stuff*: Poetry stuff includes having one of my recent found and now favourite performance poems published by Ink, Sweat and Tears. (Search ‘Myfanwy Fox’ on the site and … Continue reading
Polly Robinson organised a Worcestershire Lit Fest walk with poetry en route on the Malvern Hills for last Sunday. It was suitably foggy to creep unseen over the border, invading Herefordshire; we all met at British Camp car park. Around … Continue reading
Had to visit fragrent Banbury today. Returned via Cotswold wilds – paused for a stroll around Broadway Tower. My car’s thermometer said it was 6.5C; the wind chill was about -10C; fingers too numb for photos but here are some … Continue reading
What is “natural” in our countryside? What is our countryside for? How do we preserve what we want and/or need? What conflicts result? It may seem that, like aging, the countryside just happens; that it is the result of existing … Continue reading