Category Archives: Seasons

Sunlight stirs in Little Snoring

A delicate winter sun crosses the graveyard at Little Snoring church, mysterious and beautiful, with its round tower standing detached from the rest of the church, topped by a little 18th century conical cap. The church sits next to what … Continue reading

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You don’t see that very often

  How far away does the heat of summer seem now? Here are the beach huts at Wells-next-the-Sea, huddled in the silence of snow drifts and bereft of people in an Arctic landscape.

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Hare in his element

John and Izzy (our beautiful black labrador) caught sight of this lonesome hare as they walked the Holy Mile this afternoon – a monarch surveys his kingdom. We are so lucky to see so many hares here. They are the … Continue reading

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Magic of early snow

A big snowfall today – the earliest in years. It seems that snow in winter is a given once again, just like I remember from childhood. John caught the magic of sunset through the snow-covered trees of the Abbey Grounds … Continue reading

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