Marking Time Pt II

In Documentary, Home, Landscapes, Memory-keeping, Nature
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Back in September I started a series of photographs recording the changing of the seasons in the English countryside where I live. I set the background and shared photographs from the first 3 months of that project here.

December until the end of February are not the most picturesque months, and repeated storms and frequent deluges often kept me consigned to barracks this quarter; but I did sometimes venture out, and was always glad when I did. 

The following images are the fruits of those frequently cold and often muddy walks and journeys, and document frosty starts; the autumn-sown crops beginning to get their roots down and reach for the wan winter sun; ewes heavy with lambs; the birds beginning to sing as nesting season approaches; the potatoes going in; and mud, mud and more mud covering the footpaths and roads. 

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