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Black Widow Iris. Such a vicious, indeed deadly image is conjured up but do not judge it.

Long blade-like leaves, ribbon thin strips of grass green switches Of long gangling spider legs, bent at the joints under its own weight. The metatarsus, tibia and femur reach up, bend, the claws feeling the ground And rising in the centre, … Continue reading

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Do the Geocache Walk; the cache & other treasures await.

Geocaching, “the free outdoor ‘real world’ treasure hunt” and once the domain of the privileged few who were experienced in the use of GPS systems (from their backpacking or boating expeditions), but since the rapid evolution of technology, is now enjoyed by people in their hundreds – … Continue reading

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The Ancient Whisperings of Dorset’s Lewesdon Hill. Shhh….it’s a secret.

The ancients were a wily lot who knew a thing or two about the safest place to inhabit although I cannot help but think they were also better equipped to deal with the high winds that seem to be a permanent feature … Continue reading

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