Tag Archives: Flora

After the Snow

Yesterday I was finally able to take the camera for a walk. And I found this, lost in the midst if several acres of snow-melt. It was a day of firsts. The first clear shot I’ve had of a Little … Continue reading

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Fades

When summer fades the colours soften . . . The riotous colours of autumn have yet to arrive . . .

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Old Sailors

Old sailors never die . . . It’s just their boats end up this way!

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An Abrasive Geezer

A prickly fella . . . A tough kinda geezer . . . Not one you’d readily invite to dinner Yet in a hot bed . . . And been well fed . . . This toughie becomes a gossamer airhead!

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Beside the . . . Sea?

Living on the coast, it’s easy for me to walk down to the beach on these hot July days. Yet I don’t. I prefer to be out of the noise—the babies crying, kids yelling and screaming, parents shouting, amusement arcades … Continue reading

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Nature. Reserved.

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

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