Yesterday, as it was the only dry day in the midst of a very rainy period, we went for a walk at Cors Caron. Regular readers will know we have visited this lovely nature reserve many times, it’s one of my favourite places. Our walk began with lots of greenery and fresh spring growth, like…… Continue reading Greens and Blues at Cors Caron
I’m on a journey, as I imagine many white people are right now, of learning and understanding how I am part of the problem of systemic racism in our world and what I can do about it. There are no frills, no pretty flowers to soften the harsh truth. I must walk this difficult path…… Continue reading A Difficult Journey
At the weekend we went for a walk around Cors Caron. I was on the hunt for Dragonflies, but sadly they kept flying away! However … it was not a disappointing trip because although I didn’t think it was warm enough yet, we spotted a lovely lady lizard! Lizards are not something you see everyday…… Continue reading A Lizard among Damsels
A couple of days ago we went for another visit to Cors Caron. I’ve shown you photos of it in winter and in summer, and now we have spring … well, we would if it really was properly spring! At least these photos are sunny, and the ponds were only a little bit icy this…… Continue reading Cors Caron in Spring (sort of)
If you saw my post yesterday you will have seen a glimpse of Cors Caron (nature reserve) in the winter. These are some photos I took back in July 2012 so you can see what it was like back in the summer.
The last time I visited this nature reserve (Cors Caron) was in the summer when it was warm and bright and alive with insects. Now it is cold and bare and frozen and the ponds are iced over. But there is still beauty in the ice.