my best local walk has got to be across the saltmarsh at Morston

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high tide or low, up or down the creek …

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the huge skies and wild landscape are balm to the soul

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not really so wild, but now the summer is over it’s mostly very quiet, especially at low tide.

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this little beauty is a small crab boat, inboard motor

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at low tide one can hop across creeks

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or walk along the low shingle ridge at the edges of the mud flats

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plenty of foraging for Tilda

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and paddling

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and running free

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soft sand and then the marram grass

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sky relecting pools

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water running away

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sky making shoals

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wind blowing

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waders calling – curlew, redshank, oyster catcher, and now the brent geese with their gabbling purring murmur.

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we are drawn back to the place,

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an out of time in-between-scape

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in a crowded world