a unique panoramic experience of the sky and the subsequent weathers rolling in from the North Sea. In spring and autumn when the sun is lower the fantastic blues, and puffy, peach, cream and paynes grey cloud formations are so easy and wonderful to observe.
|Cirrus (mare's tails)|
This season appears to be a very luscious one for wildflowers and weeds, depending on how you view these things. Both are best when it comes to supporting the biodiversity of insects, butterflies and bees. It is time we as gardeners went with the flow and let wilderness be itself. Sympathetic management yes, obliteration a definite no, which is what we aspire too for the 'Wilder-Ness Project'. Already the bounty of the hard work is beginning to show !as more and more the wildflowers expand and take hold and attract bees, butterflies, bumblebees and solitary bees. Species are now being discovered hitherto new to Cheshire.
|Orange tip (male)|
|Orange tip (female)|