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16 March 2014

This evening I came in from the garden at 6.40. It never fails to take me by surprise, how one moment we’re keeping the cold night out by closing the shutters soon after four, then the next we’re feeling the … Continue reading

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30 January 2013

There’s something about a brilliant, blue winter day which is more exhilarating, even, than a perfect spring day or an autumn day filled with special light and colour. The blue day in the middle of winter feels like such a … Continue reading

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15 January 2013

Yesterday there were two deer grazing watchfully at the bottom of the field. It’s the first time that I’ve ever seen them here. There are innumerable deer across on the Tuscan side of the motorway: they’re getting so frequent that … Continue reading

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