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I’ve spent very little time exploring Alsa Woods this winter, largely because it’s been so wet – there’s very little joy to be found in wading knee-deep in mud!…

The first sun, the first warmth, that draws people out to have a walk or just sit and enjoy the day. Including me, I was changing some lightseals on an old…

Every year in springtime, flooding follows after the frozen landscape melts. But this year it was really different: the flooding happened first, then it all…

My photos today are completely unrelated and taken in different places, but they seemed to have a connection to me. This morning William was sitting on our…

Last week it was freezing and snowing, ice all around. This weekend it is sunny and even a bit warm. The temperature is about 20 to 25°C higher than last week.…

It may have felt like a very long winter, but there’s nothing better to make you feel spring might just be on its way than the sight of a carpet of snowdrops.…

Well our week from snow is over, today it was just above freezing. and for next week the forecast is wel above freezing and rain. So the wife and me went on a…

Today was a real bone chiller for my shift at Hatfield Forest – a high of minus two, with several degrees of windchill on top. Having done my duties around the…

Late this afternoon I got out for a walk, just as the sun was dropping towards the horizon. For most of the winter I have avoided Alsa Woods as the ground has…

It’s funny how the simplest things become exciting when you’re in a lockdown. I’m used to travelling a lot with my work, but these days even a jaunt to a…
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