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mathew frith
now getting the hang of this, but mostly... wildlife, curiocity, notes in the ether, and politics with a twinge of whatever.
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mathew frith 23h
lot of focus on new trees for , glad the new London Urban Forest Plan seeks to care for the older denizens too; a wizened willow at Orpington's Priory Gardens, heralding the source of the River Cray
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mathew frith Nov 28
lightbulb moment that i don't see near home; yellow fieldcap aglow by Camber Castle, soon after a merlin cut across the sundown sky
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mathew frith Nov 28
i usually give a fig for including this clench-trunked pachydermic ficus in Bunhill Fields
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mathew frith Nov 28
look like Rachel Whiteread's experimental trials
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mathew frith Nov 27
great to be invited to inquiry into , raising concerns over zoning; suburban land potentially vulnerable to development, but better reconfigured, as here, as Wildbelt for nature's recovery instead?
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mathew frith Nov 26
baubly Kashmir rowan berries hinting at an ornamental yule, the tree otherwise stark winterly naked; birds seem disinterested or haven't registered their potential
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mathew frith Nov 23
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mathew frith Nov 23
leave a golf course alone a few years, and we get the hints of a livelier future - woodpeckers drumming, stonechat wing-flitting and red admiral basking - here at Thamesmead's eastern edge - 'wildbelt' perhaps?
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mathew frith Nov 23
wetland evolutions underway at Southmere to reduce the silts (and summer-stinks) at the lake's Wickham Brook inlet; zig-zaggity plantings take root, to the coots' delight
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mathew frith Nov 20
Replying to @peelmrs
Charlie, as usual looks the best...
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mathew frith Nov 20
waving not drowning in the season's first whisper'd frost
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mathew frith Nov 19
and still listed on Schedule 8 of the W&C Act 1981...
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mathew frith Nov 17
Replying to @museumofwalking
the sun caught it at just the right time, solar flair perhaps...?
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mathew frith Nov 17
Replying to @SnehaSingh
thank you, the nights are drawing early now - hope all is light with you, Sneha!
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mathew frith Nov 17
almost aflame with autumnal lustre, the last of this Sydenham sycamore's gold
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mathew frith Nov 15
after translocating a jay-sown oak to a safer place, the clouds opened; turning wet-whiskered old-man's beard into a shambles of brittle-stars 'gainst the ashen sky
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mathew frith Nov 14
squally morning, brightened by this Miró-eye mistletoe cluster in Dulwich Park - seeing so much more in recent years across south London, probably down to our over-wintering blackcaps
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mathew frith Nov 12
great to hear of proposed planting of a plethora of black poplars as part of Peabody's at - future guardians for the transformation of this amazing 'big blue' town
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mathew frith Nov 8
dimpled globes perkily poke through Scadbury Park's crackling rustle-leaf oak undercarpet; stump puffball not as plump as could be?
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mathew frith Nov 6
today in 1993 we opened a weekend installation in Sydenham Hill Wood , curated by helped by Michael Petry and 8 other artists; st the evening preview mulled wine and 100 candlelit bags made the Wood glow
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