The first edition includes thirteen minutes of highlights from the Spring Equinox tree walk, including sycamore identification, some ramblings on the ash, followed by a reading from Landmarks by Robert Macfarlane, in which he quotes the author Patrick Kavanagh.
“To know fully even one field or one land is a lifetime’s experience. In the world of poetic experience it is depth that counts, not width. A gap in a hedge, a smooth rock surfacing a narrow lane, a view of a woody meadow, the stream at the junction of four small fields – these are as much as a man can fully experience” – Patrick Kavanagh
Happy New Moon! I hope this serves as a portal to Avalon during these times of physical distance.