A crackin’ morning

Flanders Moss NNR 

Sometimes it can be good to break your routine, doing something different and experience something new.  Life goes by some much quicker when you are in a routine so anything that slows down the speed of the days passing has got to be a good thing.

So, how about getting up early and heading down to a nature reserve near you at the crack of dawn? Flanders this morning was looking fantastic: a hard frost held the ground until the sun came over the horizon and then with the current heat wave things got warm very quickly.

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The local buzzard wasn’t going to anything until it got warm enough.

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The birch without their leaves contrast with the bright blue sky. P1090106

The sphagnum hummocks welcome further study. P1090122

The moss was encrusted with frost-covered spiders webs. Even though it is February there is obviously plenty of spider action out on the moss. P1090092

So Why not give it a go?P1090089

 

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