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28. Autumn Reflections 1

Some time ago someone asked me: “How on earth do you write complete stories about…NOTHING?!” Well…erhm…lots of fantasy I guess… That’s to say: usually. But not today. Today I intended to write about autumn. But what can I write…?! You shouldn’t talk about autumn. Autumn should be done. Autumn should be smelt. The drizzly sweet […]

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26. Fox Yawns 4

Foxes yawn. So do we. So what? And yet, yawning is quite luxury thing. Being scared, cold or thirsty isn’t a good starting point for a decent yawn. Yawning basically requires a really safe environment and a full stomach, to begin with. Like most animals, foxes prefer being lazy and don’t tend to waste energy. […]


25. The Great Green Yawn

I bet most fellow nature photographers assumed – just like I did- tree frogs to be hugely enterprising, energetic and cheerful creatures. Skilfully hopping from blackberry to blackberry, climbing in trees like professional circus artists, swinging on stalks, as if they were climbing frames and sliding along thick blades like skilled pole dancers. So I […]

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24. Fox Reflections: What does the Fox See? 7

Foxes don’t seem to swim an awful lot, but suspiciously often I see them standing along the waterfront. So the question is….what are they doing there? Of course they might just be thirsty and by lack of a tap,they use channels, lakes or ditches to satisfy their needs. And on hot days they might just […]


24. Fox Reflections: What does the Fox See? 5

Foxes don’t seem to swim an awful lot, but suspiciously often I see them standing along the waterfront. So the question is….what are they doing there? Of course they might just be thirsty and by lack of a tap,they use channels, lakes or ditches to satisfy their needs. And on hot days they might just […]