June
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June

This June has been dry and warm (a little too warm for me) but thee birds are twittering long into the evenings and the sunsets have been beautiful. I’m going to miss June.

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Bluebells
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Bluebells

Bluebells from the merry month of May… which seemed to have passed me by far too quickly.

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Cherry Blossom
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Cherry Blossom

Please help. I’ve forgotten what the sun looks like. And what it’s like to walk through grass that isn’t an inch below water. If it wasn’t for this one cherry blossom tree near my house I wouldn’t believe it’s supposed to be spring.

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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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