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Drawn to Nature - Journal Making with Esther McManus (Part 3)

Posted by Emma Hughes on

The third in our series of posts on the making of our 'Drawn to Nature' Journals is here! Esther has written about the final task - hand marbling the end papers of these beautiful books and her thoughts on the process and its relevance to what we'll be teaching at the workshop.

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Local wanderings and noticing the unnatural in nature

Posted by Andrew Groves on

MiscellaneousAdventures Photography

Finally, after a week of heavy rain and strong winds the cloud and gloom began to lift around midday on Saturday. Torrential downpours the night before had created streams where there weren’t supposed to be streams and it seemed like a good time to go for a small explore, try out some new equipment.

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Magical Winter Light

Posted by Andrew Groves on

Although graced with only one dusting of light snow, this winter has, up to now, been filled with a number of beautiful cold and frosty days affording the keen photographer and naturalist with ample opportunity for inspiration.

 

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Drawn to Nature - Journal Making with Esther McManus (Part 2)

Posted by Emma Hughes on

Drawn to Nature

In the second instalment of our 'making of' series with 'Drawn to Nature' teacher, Esther McManus, we learn about how she cuts, folds, stitches and trims the pages ready to be made into the final Nature Journals.

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Pheasantly Festive Christmas Burritos

Posted by Emma Hughes on

Pheasantly Festive Burrito

As Christmas fast approaches and visions of anticipated feasting and merrymaking begin to fill our thoughts, we'd like to introduce you to our festive twist on the burrito, one of our favourite foods to cook outdoors. The Pheasantly Festive Burrito is a little like an entire Christmas dinner cooked over fire: plump and juicy pheasant, brussel sprouts, chestnuts, stuffing, potato and lingonberry jam all tightly wrapped in foil like a sparkling gift waiting to be unwrapped on Christmas Day.

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