Early morning Spring mist veils the waking landscape with the uncluttered freshness and innocence of a new day. What could be better than to spend the day with John Clare walking beside my favourite local Arun river.Continue reading “A Spring Day with John Clare”
In the March Garden the first few bars of the opening movement of Spring warm our winter-locked-up lives with promise. Earth is waking from winter rest – the thawing of frozen hopes bringing a foretaste of better things. Dreams have kept us going when times have been rough, now they are turning into reality.Continue reading “March – in the Spring Garden”
‘Day’s most sacred hour’ unfurls.
Earth awakes to a new day with spring birdsong – voices of hope for our beautiful, yet so fragile planet.Continue reading “Earth sings at Dawn”
Our Sussex bluebell woods will soon be at their spring best, but they’re likely to be unvisited this year. Yet we need the healing powers of nature in an unspoiled Eden more than ever now.Continue reading “An Unspoiled Eden”