Monthly Archives: October 2014

October 20 Walk with Mike Mullis

skimmers hawkers darters chasers odonata/dragonflies migrant hawkers  bluish dragonflies low flying heron, cygnet landing strangely meadow pippits  reed bunting linnets gold crest black caps chifchafs warblers marsh orchids tubular water dropwort purple loosestrife fleabane water plantain greater water parsnip native … Continue reading

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autumn day folly

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Blurred Edges

I read a page or two of Naomi Klein’s book This Changes Everything, then need to look at a leaf, a puddle, a poem, and take a walk to regain my place- sense in the landscape. With practice it does … Continue reading

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seep or spring

A seep is differentiated from a spring because a spring will produce a litre of water in less than a minute, and seep will take longer, sometimes days longer. …springs are simply alive. They are points where creation comes to … Continue reading

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October 6 Walk

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October 5 walk

we found old trees hornbeam, beech, a regal oak along a stream to cross we crawled through blackthorn carefully ( blackthorn is a symbol of the path to the underworld) following the brook we came to a point where the … Continue reading

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October 4 walk

season changed downpour a huge barn owl that was so close then flew up and away, followed by a heron then a huge swan all birds taking off     

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