Monthly Archives: September 2017

Nature’s acrobats…

It seems that, in the short period since the equinox, autumn has quickly found it’s stride, most notably in the shops. Shelves everywhere are stocked with an abundance of soft furishings in varying shades of orange, brown and green; rabbits … Continue reading

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Into the darkness…

Well, it’s here again. After what seemed like an almost endless summer for me, we are now at the equinox, equi nox, literally equal night, wherein light and dark pirouette in fine balance for just a moment before the scales … Continue reading

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Here, at the ragged end of summer…

No fishing for me at the moment due to work and my wife’s shift patterns, though I will certainly be out soon, what with all the reports of codling and whiting showing along my stretch of coastline already. Still, there … Continue reading

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On this Harvest moon…

Summer is winding down now. I can feel it all around: in the coolness of the air, in the drawing-in of the nights and in the first falling leaves. A bittersweet time, I love its luscious endings, its defiant burning … Continue reading

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