There is nothing as pleasurable as sitting in a sunny spot, with the crystal clear cool waters of a chalk stream rolling by.
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One of the closest Yorkshire Wildlife Trust reserves to my home is the magical Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit.
I am very lucky to be able to spend time in quiet, secluded locations where wildlife encounters occur. I always carry a camera and this often pays dividends when least expected.
A vibrant blast of violet shouts out alongside a whitewashed wall, the strong evening sunshine highlighting the colour contrast, picking out the shadows as another day drifts to a restful dusk.…
...and 'aimez moi'
A knock on the door and a request for help yesterday led to an unexpected close encounter with an often seen aerial acrobat
As summer blooms the colour begins to shine through...
As flaming June arrives, the heat disperses. Over the last few weeks the warmth has been an early season welcome for our reptiles.
Every morning the sound of chirping melts across the front garden as the birds wake up and search for an early feast to start the day off.
Mid May and as the saying goes, “n'er cast a clout till May is out”. The proverb basically reminds us of our fickle British weather and its ability to bathe us in warmth one day and bring…