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Category Archives: nature
We were told yesterday that the first brood of ducklings had arrived. After our field trip this morning, and arming myself with my Nikon camera, we set off for a walk this afternoon in the park in the hope of … Continue reading
Originally posted on pensitivity101:
It’s taken a while to get to writing this post, which in a way is actually in two halves! I walked Maggie in the park on my own this morning. As things turn out, she has…
We’ve just got back from our walk and I thought you would enjoy these. I apologise for the quality as they were taken with my phone and are tiny shots. We called it in and apparently the sanctuary staff had … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
The ladybird was swimming desperately as I scooped it out, feeling that little rush of warmth at having rescued the tiny creature from a watery death. It wasn’t happy, but I placed it on…
Today marks the publication of 11,111 posts by yours truly (this one is obviously plus one). On our walk today, we passed a garden where daffodils are raising their golden heads towards the sun, and crocuses are coming out to … Continue reading
No, not a police car, but a badger. We were walking the dog this evening just after 8.15 and saw a badger run across the road in front of us. Maggie didn’t see it, or if she did, chose to … Continue reading
Do you believe in Fairies? At the moment they’re everywhere, twisting and turning in the breeze, thousands of them. I always called them fairies, and would handle them gently as if they were made of the finest glass. As … Continue reading
The crows are crawing loudly outside our lounge window. If I didn’t know better, I would think we were taking part in the opening credits of a remake of Hitchcock’s classic The Birds. Starlings and their chicks have descended on … Continue reading
We all have days like these, when we seem to stare into space but see nothing. Hubby asked me if I was OK and I said I was fine, just feeling a little ‘detached’. We had a few games of … Continue reading