Autumn colours
Hinchingbrooke Park, Huntingdon

Autumn colours

Hinchingbrooke Country Park is one of my most favourite places to go for a wander as the seasons change. My standard route through the woodland and back along the river usually takes me an hour, and most times that’s enough to calm my mind a little. I’ve visited twice in the past week; once at the weekend and then again on Thursday. Saturday was busy with families enjoying the warm weather, with all the kids swinging plastic bags full of…

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Mushrooms and toadstools and fungus, oh my!
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Mushrooms and toadstools and fungus, oh my!

Found a new little spot to walk the dog at the weekend. It’s a small area of man-made woods and grassland a couple of miles away from me; a lovely little spot that’s well maintained and fairly quiet. Cooper enjoyed himself, which is the most important thing. The second is knowing that when autumn rolls around I think the woodland area is going to be a fantastic place to take my camera and hunt down all the mushrooms and toadstools.…

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Bluebells and aspen fluff
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Bluebells and aspen fluff

Sunday felt like a perfect spring day; warm sun, a cool breeze, and bluebells everywhere. I went for a little wander around Brampton Wood while the sun was high in the sky and managed to snap a few shots of my favourite little purple flower. Unfortunately I didn’t stay more than an hour because it’s a small little patch of wood and there were a lot of people who had the same idea as me. It started to feel a…

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Spring blooms
Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Spring blooms

This past weekend I took a drive up to Oxburgh Hall for a walk-around as they always have such a wonderful carpet of snowdrops all through the grounds. The trees may still be bare but seeing endless clusters of these beautiful little flowers are a nice reminder that spring is creeping in.

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Frosty mornings
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Frosty mornings

These are the kind of days that make me love winter. When the sky is clear and there is a bite in the air that makes you want to snuggle into your scarf. Everything is crusted with a pure white frost that makes even the deadest of dead plants look beautiful. I think frost can make anything look beautiful

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