As I sat writing one of our blogs today, a little wren flew through the open door, and perched on some shelves nearby. She stared at me, I stared back, and hoped to god that she made it out of the kitchen unscathed. In that moment, nothing else mattered - I felt my heart beating and the world stop. It made me realise that nature is the beating heart of all life around us, and when the outside world comes in, it forces us to take note of what we so often ignore. It makes us feel connected, it makes us want more...
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Blog by Cazz Jones, thoughts and opinions my own/ Image: male wren, Ben Andrew (rspb-images.com)
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