The apples are blossoming in sugar clouds along the hedgerows despite the rain.
Articles by Sara Hudston
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.
Restoring them disturbs buried seed, which may germinate, bringing back plants not seen in a century
It is not known who planted this pear tree and why, but its beauty is offered free to everyone who passes
Chaw Gully, Postbridge, Dartmoor: Walking down the shallow valley, you reach a network of forked ravines gouged into the earth by centuries of tin mining.
Once hunted to near extinction, roe deer are now pushing into urban fringes to graze.