Spring Hare Madness

As the earth wakes every living creature seems to be engaged in crazy conflict as they fight over a partner, I watched two blue tits locked in almost mortal combat battling around the old apple tree near my studio whilst a third (maybe a male or female) watched from a branch, blue tits seems particularly feisty. Then later a robin challenging another with a beautiful song across the pond, so I will go and watch and see if I can see hares twitiching and boxing with spring madness #madmarchhares #hares #paintingsofhares #katewyatthares #britishwildlifeartist #britishhares #brownharedrawings #brownharesbykatewyatt #natureartist #britishnatureart #katewyattwildlifecreatures #katewyattwildlifeexh

Winter Wildlife

Yesterday on my way to work, walking along the redway, there was definitely a sense of the season beginning to shift, a slightly more greening of branches, a change of nature's palette from the deep winter colours which are moving away from the ochres, darks plums and sepias to a more gentle green, a silvering of branches with lichens and a much paler lemon. It all begins almost imperceptibly at first but a few early snowdrops are in flower and some other brave bulbs are daring to put their leaves above ground. A stirring of the Earth in its old as time-remembered rhythms and an expansion of the light, a feeling of life and energy returning very gradually, and if it's your belief in the youn

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