Category Archives: nature

Solstice of the Moon: Chasing memories

A very long time ago now, I had a wonderful job that took me, every weekend, driving around Britain. By the time I reached Scotland, I knew…barring disaster… whether I would have some time to spare before I needed to … Continue reading

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An Imperious Impusle: Coyote Tales – a new release from Stuart France and Sue Vincent

“Couldn’t you make me into a Bull?” asked Coyote.  In a time before Man walked the Earth, the Great Spirit breathed life into the land. Coyote was the First. Playful, subversive, curious and sometimes comical, he and his fellow creatures … Continue reading

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Crossing the stillness

It is dark as we walk down the lane, the small dog and I, yet a bird is singing, opening the gates of dawn with a joyful song, heralding the day without yet knowing what it will bring. For now … Continue reading

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Field of dreams..?

Long, long ago, when the world was still young and I was younger still, I moved into a house with a garden. It wasn’t much of a garden, long-deserted, overgrown and gone to seed, but my mind painted it in … Continue reading

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Jewels

Fairy silhouettes Skimming through the wildflowers Against summer skies A momentary magic Gifting the eyes of a child I have never seen as many dragonflies as I have this summer. From tiny turquoise damsels that cast a jewelled haze above … Continue reading

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Turning #midnighthaiku

Sun casting shadows Illuminates abundance Last days of summer Plenitudinous Heralds of autumn’s bounty Winter provision

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It’s A Girl! by Eliza Waters

Reblogged from Eliza Waters: The first of the monarchs (Danaus plexippus) I have been fostering on my kitchen counter this past month hatched today and it’s a female. Like any proud parent, I think she is perfect and beautiful! I feel hopeful … Continue reading

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