Category Archives: This Wild Life

A Test Run

I have a nasty feeling that my love of camera technology and my love of nature are self-cancelling. Can we save the natural world without sacrificing our gadgets? I suspect not, but I also suspect that the full answer to … Continue reading

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A Family Drama

Today we had lunch in our conservatory – me, Thelma, Dave and Hannah. It was the first visit of a member of my family since lockdown, and I had made a complicated salad. The salad was disappointing, but the small … Continue reading

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Freedom

I’m miles, kilometres, furlongs away from home! It’s a remote spot, a  full hour’s drive away from a home now too familiar.   At least it would be remote at most other times, but this is no ordinary week-end. For one … Continue reading

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A Dream of Hares

I am standing, or sitting, on a balcony. It is very early on a midsummer morning. Beneath me is a garden and beyond the garden is nothing. The garden, golden in the early light, has tidy rows of fertile vegetable … Continue reading

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A Fresh Perspective

This post is a departure from my usual format in that it refers to a Gallery of pictures. If you hover over each picture you will see my notes on them:  Wildlife and Lockdown It follows on from two previous … Continue reading

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