Category Archives: This Wild Life

Best of April and May

  Where did it all go wrong? April was full of promise. The 16 year-old Red Kite with the wing tags – a familiar above our garden in the winter – was back on the nest just up the road … Continue reading

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A Strange Week-end

  Just meeting people is strange enough. In two days I got to know someone I had met briefly once but had kept in touch with online, oh and his two friends, and I met a 2 year old great-grandchild … Continue reading

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Light, Colour, Detail

What we see in the natural world is constantly changing; colours, shapes, light intensity, light direction and the mood of the sky all offer a huge variety of backdrop for whatever is the subject of the picture. I’ve recently become … Continue reading

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When Kissing is in Fashion

Around the edges of South Wales as you walk the coast path, all around you are vivid patches of deep yellow. It’s true that Gorse, like kissing, is in flower and in fashion all through the year, but this is … Continue reading

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The Story in the Picture

Look at this Sparrow Hawk. She’s high up in a tree some 100 metres from our garden, and she’s watching. For a minute or so she is absolutely still. Then her head moves. That’s all. Below, in the garden, nothing … Continue reading

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