The signs were there that something magical was going to happen – and it did.
Author: Sara Hudston
This has been an exceptional year for haymaking, with some of Tom Sneath’s fields producing double the usual amount.
Spotted flycatchers are late migrants who generally appear long after swallows and swifts, and like to reuse nests made by other species
The apples are blossoming in sugar clouds along the hedgerows despite the rain.
Quantock Hills, Somerset: Looking primarily for red deer, I was so focused on scanning the distance that I almost missed three hinds just metres away.
There were silvery-pink ones, black-splodged ones and a tiny white one – and number seven nearly didn’t survive
The kitchen window came in, roof tiles smashed and a 15-metre fir tree was felled – all in about two minutes.
A video of me telling ‘Wild Apples’, my “gently unnerving tale” for the Flying Monkeys Storytellers during National Storytelling Week 2021.
The lane ahead floods often over the bridge and I’ve learned to respect the water’s power.