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Mistletoe might well be parasitic in nature but it also gives, as well as takes. Mistletoe marble moths are reliant on the plant, where the larvae overwinter within the mistletoe of the host tree before emerging in the spring. πŸ“· Charlie Hellewell
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Jun Huang Nov 23
Naturally evolved roofscape at Alfold, Surrey.
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South Downs National Park Nov 23
Did you know use of 'Fall' to describe Autumn might derive from old Sussex? Prior to the 1500s, this time of year was simply known as 'Harvest.' However, 'Fall' replaced 'Harvest' before being superseded by 'Autumn.' β € πŸ“·
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South Downs National Park Nov 20
Happy Friday! It's definitely getting colder ❄️
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Kellie La-Belle Nov 19
A walk in Arundel. Breathing in the surrounding beauty and not forgetting to take in the smaller, eye-catching details that nature has to offer πŸ’š
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Catherine Cawley Nov 18
The mysterious and of Chanctonbury Ring from the sunken lane of Mouse Lane near Wiston . Misty sun, leaves, the chalk escarpment of the , fields and hedgerows in
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Farm Wildlife Nov 25
A red letter day on the ! A flock of 8 Corn Buntings using this field margin! If you are interested in finding out more about margins for birds and other wildlife check out our case studies!
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Brighton Photography Nov 19
If autumn is for the trees, then spring must be for the fields. After this winter in particular I think spring 2021 is going to be a most welcome change. Here's two favourites from our 'Fieldwork' collection over at All on sale until Monday.
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Now on Earth - Adventure Out Nov 18
First time up the hill post injury, a very ginger, 🐌 hobble half mile but bliss to be back out! 😍
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David Brockman Nov 22
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Butser Ancient Farm Nov 23
A November sunset behind our Iron Age roundhouses πŸŒ… We are very lucky that Butser is located in such a beautiful part of the world
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Brighton Photography Nov 24
The Seven Sisters as seen from the sea. Is there any finer place for a swim? This is one of more than sixty images available in our print sale at . Up to 20% off every size in three print collections until Monday.
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Duncan Green Nov 21
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PeterAshleyAct Nov 19
Need a boost to your confidence? When we're back open, book a mountain bike session with our instructor.
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Brighton Photography Nov 22
'Zorro' - A spring morning on the not far from Brighton. This print, and more than 70 others in our 'Fieldwork' and 'Woodwork' collections, are discounted on our website until Monday. Last chance to grab one before the sale ends.
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South Downs National Park Nov 21
You have just one more day to sign-up to the 'Wild Winter' Family John Muir Award. We'll be sharing with you some great ideas on making the most of the colder months. Sign-up here πŸ‘‰πŸ½ πŸ“· Duncan Vere Green πŸ“ Cowdray Estate, Midhurst
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South Downs National Park Nov 25
Time is running out to take part in our Christmas Advent Calendar Quiz! Answer every question correctly between 1 - 24 December to be in with a chance of winning a fabulous prize. Sign-up here πŸ‘‰πŸ½ πŸ“· Lee Prince
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Ditzyladym πŸŒ΄πŸ’š Nov 19
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Brighton Photography Nov 23
Thank you so much to everyone who ordered Fieldwork and Woodwork prints during our sale last week. They will all be in the post to you by the end of the day. Keep an eye out for our third lockdown print sale later this afternoon!
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Friends of the South Downs Nov 22
β€˜You came, and looked and loved the view / Long-known and loved by me, / Green fading into blue, / With one grey glimpse of sea’. Alfred, Lord Tennyson
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