As Christmas draws to a close and we start to focus on the start of 2020 I thought it would be fun to post one photo from exploring in 2019 one for each month. A calendar of discovery !
January – chilly skies at Pitsford reservoir
February – waders at Holkham beach
March– Daffodils in the Forest of DeanApril– coming in to land at Harlestone Firs.
MayExploring bluebells at Everton Stubbs
June Insects galore , thistle tables
July Beautiful Devon Coast
August wonderful West Runton in Norfolk
September Cambridge Botanic gardens
October Fungi at Batsford
November first Ice
December moss covered trees
Looking forward to exploring more in 2020!
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Looking forward to following you and your explorations next year, always interesting and informative, I learn something new with each new post.!
Dear Rachel, What a tour!
Pitsford in Jan, then Holkham in Feb,
(Lazy explorers were still in their bed),
Forest of Dean, March, then, April, Harlestone Firs
(That Rook will land, without flying nerves)
May, Everton Stubbs, I smell bluebells from here
June’s ‘buzz’ in the thistles, shows they love to be there
The Devon coast, in July, with a long shingle ridge
West Runton in August and then to Cambridge_
In September; so Batsford, in October, with buff fungi
And clear ice in November, (leaf no longer free)
And still in December, mosses’ abundant green
Always, for Explorers, there is much to be seen.
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Thanks George , I love your rhymes xx