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Looking Back Through the Years

Saturday, February 17th 2018

Thinking about what to put on the blog today, I started to look back through photos taken during February.  Some things don't change, snow was left in the hollows in the banks by the Vole pond in 2013.

There was still plenty of snow around on Thursday!

Snow

The first Common Frogs were photographed on 18th Feb 2015.  So far none have been recorded this year.

First frog

Visiting Foxglove over the next few days, I will have to have a search for any bursting willow buds.

Bursting willow buds

And finally I found this image from 2013, of the path to the middle moor gate.

Path to middle moor gate

It looks a litte different now.

Path to middle moor gate


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