The ripples on the surface of my wildlife pond are created by small silver water beetles crazily whirling around in large groups. They never seem to stop, just keep going.
The sea! Amazing! Always different. Always awesome. Drawn to it.
The season of lemons has started a couple of weeks early this year and is promising abundance until March.
For me, ‘necessary travel’ was to the coast today. To experience the expanse of the sea and walk with a friend.
Who needs (blood) diamonds when nature sparkles in so many ways? Without environmental devastation… …without exploitation… …and for free!
There are good things my dog T’isker and I share beyond the love of being outside for a long walk. Curiosity is one of them. Curiosity – being alert, interested, participating, learning, growing – being […]
It’s late November and only one month to Christmas Eve. No surprise that, on days I have to be physically at work, I leave the house in the dark and get home after dusk. All […]
Taking the dog into the orchard before bedtime has become a treat: time to take deep breaths of fresh air, space for grounding and letting busy thinking drain from my mind, darkness so deep it reveals the […]
Even on a grey November morning being on the water is wonderfully good for my soul. The last mist is lifting over the still water and faint song of birds is all around. Leaves have […]
Autumn brings into sharper focus that nature wastes nothing and the laws of thermodynamics. A fallen tree: Surface for epiphytesSubstrate for fungiFood for bacteriaHabitat for invertebrates Matter and energy. Life cycles. Upcycling. Recycling. Reuse. Circular […]