Nature is full of beauty and wonder, and autumn is change – dormancy as well as emerging signs of life beneath the surface.
A grey drizzly January day in Cornwall and yet, nature is preparing for the coming season.
A damp November Sunday under COVID-19 lockdown in the UK. ‘Damp’ is one of those understatements I adopted while spending half my life in Cornwall: the rain showers are interrupted by brief spells of light rain. I am… Read More
Wild strawberry flowers in Cornish hedges. It’s November! A species making the most of available time…
Ten weeks of lockdown and 10 weeks of blogging about what I see on my daily outdoor exercise. How different nature looks now, compared to the end of March! Spring to early Summer, looking already like the height… Read More
Just as I thought the Cornish hedgerows have nothing new to offer for a while, this honeysuckle came into view. And then another one and more…how come I did not notice yesterday? Of course, the cycle of renewal… Read More
The blackthorn’s flowers are long gone, wild cherries are shedding their white petals like snow falling and it’s the hawthorn’s turn to blossom.