Archive for November, 2015


My favourite time of year. The light on the Lynchmere Commons is always special as the wall to wall green of summer turns to a riot of colour.


The bracken turns a glowing copper dappled with the autumn sunshine


All summer the leaves have been a monotonous shade of green and now they put on a show as they slowly reveal the silver structure of the Birch trees


And then there are the sunsets! (this one was taken at the Weald & Downland Museum)

Sometimes I wish I could grab it and hold it but it’s so fleeting as the leaves are falling all around me and the sun is lower every day. My enjoyment is tinged with a hint of apprehension as winter approaches.


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Woodlandantics Blog

Greenwood Working & Woodland Crafts

The Scythe Grinder's Arms

for all your Scythe Grinding and more - come on in and join the discussion

Wympole & Wratsworth

Everything you need to know about the countryside at Wimpole


At work and play on the Lynchmere Commons

Morgans wood's Blog

Traditional crafts and coppicing

Mike Abbott's Living Wood

Green Wood Chair-making

Steve Tomlin Crafts

Handmade wood craft for the home & Learn to Scythe

Old Kiln Forge

Artist Blacksmiths


showcasing designs by Maarten Meerman (Max)