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StorySeasons of Hinksey Pool markle33 months 2 weeks ago
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StoryDeer in the Garden markle69 months 1 week ago
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StoryThat is the Door I Will not Go Through markle12 years 1 month ago
StoryThe Gardens markle142 years 1 month ago
StoryBat Time markle172 years 8 months ago
StoryColouring the Fields markle22 years 8 months ago
StoryWalking Interval 3: Canada Water to London Bridge markle22 years 11 months ago
StoryWalking Interval 2: Cutty Sark to Canada Water markle23 years 1 week ago
StoryWalking Interval 1: North Greenwich to Cutty Sark markle23 years 1 month ago
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StoryTo the Bank markle43 years 1 month ago
StoryWild Venice markle103 years 2 months ago
StoryAnts, Ants, Ants markle33 years 4 months ago
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StoryIn July markle83 years 9 months ago
StorySummer Flights markle103 years 10 months ago

My stories


Seasons of Hinksey Pool

The last swim in Hinksey Open Air Pool, south Oxford, before it closes for the winter is always a bittersweet experience. For those of us who swim...

Hinksey Hill Wander

It was a fresh autumn day, the air cool but green still in the leaves. We had crossed the ever-fumy A34 at the South Hinksey footbridge, and soon...

Four Raptors

Inevitably, it was a red kite. It still strikes me as amazing that such a big bird should be so common a sight over Oxford these days. This one was...
Gold cherry

Beech Lines

It’s a sight that encompasses many years, to look up the height of a tree from the root bole to the point where the twigs and leaves are splayed...

Ragwort Life

Ragwort has established itself in a straggling patch of our garden, mixed in with long grasses and a few other flowering plants. Its seeds must have...