Tag Archives: River Crane

2015: thrice the kingfisher

I saw kingfishers along the river Crane three┬átimes this year. Each time I thought I’d burst. It’s amazing they’re thriving, given that the river has suffered four big ‘pollution incidents’ in the last four years.* The first glimpse of ice … Continue reading

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Parallax regained: a glimpse of no man’s land

Sensing the ancient heathland under the suburban sprawl Continue reading

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