Tag: walking the territory

Website of poet Elizabeth Rimmer

That Spring Feeling

The birds are teasing me this year. Wrens and blue tits have checked the pot out several times, but they are just eating the spiders and moving on. There are plenty of birds actually nesting here though – blackbirds, tree sparrows, robins, blue tits and great tits, chaffinches, and wrens – though where the wrens…
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April 16, 2021 0

High Summer in the Territory of Rain

This post is likely to be a bit image heavy. Though I haven’t taken any photos outside my garden for what feels like months, there seems to have been a lot going on. The birds have all fledged in a rush, and the garden is full of baby starlings, gathering up the others of their…
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June 8, 2020 0

Frost in the Territory of Rain

This is the new camera. I’m calling it the beast because it is so much bigger than I thought it would be. And, beside it, its little sister, the compact. One unexpected spin off from getting the beast is that the manuals tell me so much about getting the best out of little sister, and…
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January 23, 2019 0

This is the Territory of Rain

It is king here and it is showing us who’s boss. Fortunately yesterday was dry, and the tide was shallow. But there’s more rain to come. For the moment at least, all living is by negotiation with flows and falls of water. Not to mention, moving about. I hope you are all dry, warm and…
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December 7, 2015 0