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Tag Archives: autumn
September, and the spiders are busy spinning webs that catch the misty droplets. And fungi begin to appear… Enjoy It was the tree, not me, who dropped that leaf! That’s all for now, Folks. Hope you enjoyed these first signs … Continue reading
. . . on airy brushes bright with tints
A fortnight back I took a walk in the Wensum Valley—Taverham to Ringland and back to Taverham, via the flooded gravel-workings of Costessey Pits. Alas, as I got off the bus the heavens opened and, apart from a brief spell, … Continue reading
Field Found Fungi But though I’m calling it thus I have to admit not many of these fungi were found in actual fields. More like on the verges of farm-tracks and other open-to-the-public ‘green ways’. So some of the following … Continue reading
Tattered remnants of desiccated leaves reluctant to loose their grip on old familiar trees afraid to cast their lot upon the vagrant winds of fall and gracefully to return to the Mother, source of all.