Tag Archives: woodland

Ladybower camp

It rains more often than not at the place where we usually go camping, in some woods near Ladybower reservoir, but this time the weather was good. We’ve been coming to this same spot for 20 years now. Other than … Continue reading

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Hawthorn and Cow Parsley

Spring has finally got going here in Sneinton. Around three weeks ago swifts arrived back, and in the past week hawthorn has bloomed. The screaming of swifts as they feed on the wing, getting closer as the day ends and … Continue reading

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Railways and Reading

Since starting a job in Leicester six months ago, I’ve been travelling to work by rail. On the return journey, the railway follows the river Soar going North out of Leicester all the way up to Ratcliffe, then takes a … Continue reading

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Woods are good(s)

A woodland is just about my favourite place to be. I believe that woodlands provide vaulable spaces for wildlife and for our wellbeing, thus they deserve appreciation and preservation. The image at the top of this page was taken at … Continue reading

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