Month: January 2015

Lambing Time Already

Backlit from heaven. The miracle of new life. Photograph taken at the lambing event at Sparsholt Agricultural College in Hampshire. A cold and sunny day meaning there were many ‘woolly jumpers’ about! Most ewes were producing twins and about 500 lambs were expected from their […]

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Je suis Charlie, es-tu?

I live in a country where I can can share my thoughts and feelings pretty much unrestricted. There are some agreed limits which I’m obliged to observe, but not many and they’re only common sense. I can take photographs most places too. Others have the […]

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Winter Sun

As I was out in the local town of Romsey yesterday and the sun was shining, I decided to go for a coffee at Hillier’s Gardens. I have to confess that I wasn’t expecting there to be much to see this time of year but […]

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A Thoughtful Purchase?

Braved a trip into Southampton and made two purchases to help me work on my goals – both health related. Firstly, a Tacx turbo from Decathlon (24% off) so I can set up one of my bikes in front of my tv or iMac and cycle away to […]

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I’ve Got All My Deer In A Roe

I’ve Got All My Deer In A Roe

Met a very friendly male Roe deer yesterday. The Roe deer is one of only two native species in Britain and I can’t remember the last time I saw one, so this was a special moment! Some very weak winter sunshine provided some illumination, but […]

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A Better Year

A Better Year

Thinking back to the weather last January & February, I’m hoping for something different this year. Although we can’t directly influence the weather, there are many things we can we can influence in our lives. Hence the tradition of New Year Resolutions. Despite being able to set goals/resolutions […]

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