Marking Time Part III

In Digital, Documentary, Landscapes, Life, Seasons, Wild Life
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Back in September 2023, 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 6 months of that project here and here.

This third installment takes in the months March – May and, when the conditions are right, it’s my favourite time of year. This year the conditions often weren’t quite right, but we did see days when the joy of early spring sang loud and clear: the rush of spring growth; bushes swaddled with the silk of ermine moth caterpillars; the swallows’ return; the song of skylarks and corn buntings; spring barley ebbing and flowing with the breeze; and the froth of cow parsley. 

1 Comment

  1. These are lovely Helen! I really am enjoying this project! I love seeing how the same scenes look throughout the year. That moth covered shrub though! WOW!

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