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Monthly Archives: April 2017
In April Flowers the flowers were large enough to be easily seen. Yet many a woodland plant has flowers small, that are often tucked away amongst the general foliage . . . So next time you’re out walking . . … Continue reading
Spring seems to have come early this year. Everywhere, flowers not usually in bloom till May are putting forth their colourful blossoms. Here are a few seen on my walks this month . . .
Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year old girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial-killer . . . Read on Music. Loud. The drums thrum through me. They stir my blood, they make me move. How can I … Continue reading
From Japan to Ireland, stories are told of the Swan Maiden. The details might differ, but the general picture remains. Vulnerable without her protective ‘cloak’, she is found/captured by a prince. They marry, she gives him a variable number of … Continue reading
Living in Great Yarmouth, and making frequent journeys by bus along the Acle New Road (A47), I am rather blasé about our windmills, so many of which can be seen from that road. Yet, apart from one visit to Berney … Continue reading
Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms: a 16 year old girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial-killer . . . Read on The light flickered. Fluorescent tubes hidden behind a translucent false ceiling. Excellently timed: Madeleine, the friendly psychiatrist, had … Continue reading
Surlingham . . . a small village off the main highway southeast of Norwich qualifies for both the blog projects I’ve set myself for this year—Norfolk Broads, and A Hundred Walks (walks in the old hundred of Henstead). But I … Continue reading
Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, of a 16 year old girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial-killer . . . Read on Madeleine Penner wasn’t exactly as I’d imagined a psychiatrist to be. Neither was her consulting room. For … Continue reading
I found this in a hedgerow, growing to perhaps 15 ft. It was absolutely covered in these tassels. The tassels make me think of the ash tree (see second photo), but the leaves look more like birch, or a field … Continue reading
Winter-thro’-spring, when the trees around us are not so obscured by heavy foliage, that is the ideal time for studying their form. Here are a few photos I’ve taken over the last few months.