Monthly Archives: December 2016

Dancing Hawk, thank you (Buteo buteo)

Buteo buteo, the Eurasian Buzzard, is a bird of the edge lands, of magic. She launches from her thick twig-nest in high, forked branches to glide on a trajectory to rabbit-grazed meadow. She is a perfect shadow in the wood, … Continue reading

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Guest Blog – The Hunt, by Ros Farrell

Ros is a horse and wildlife artist, and also my older sister. She spoke to me recently of her first and only experience of attending The Hunt as a young girl, and I asked her to write the story down. … Continue reading

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Emily Dickinson ~ After great pain, a formal feeling comes

  Bruno Walpoth (click photo for website) After great pain, a formal feeling comes – The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs – The stiff Heart questions ‘was it He, that bore,’ And ‘Yesterday, or Centuries before’? The Feet, mechanical, go … Continue reading

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The Potency of Hope

I shared an article via social media recently, one of many I read on the tangible impacts of climate change borne witness by earth scientists. In a sense, it does not matter which article, but here it is, for those … Continue reading

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Mental distress, emotional pain.

GINNY BATTSON·MONDAY, 16 MAY 2016 ~ Note for Friends on FB. I thought I’d now share to the blog…   Emotional pain. It can be so searingly deep, real, visceral. I sometimes feel as if I have no skin whatsoever, … Continue reading

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