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Crows, Crowns and a Curious Landscape

Like animated clods of black earth suspended in the branches. A murder of crows. We can feel their collective beady gaze following us as we walk down the single-track road that leads into the hamlet of Pattiesmuir.  A fluttering of … Continue reading

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Into the Void – A Field Trip

It is often the shortest journey, undertaken with least expectation, that offers up an excess of possibility beyond what we expect to see. It’s always worth exploring the other side of the barbed wire fence. Never keep to the path. … Continue reading

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