crack willow

The Wind in the Willows

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Tuesday 19th October 1999

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willowclouds THE WIND bends the branches of a canal-side Crack Willow. The silvery undersurfaces of its remaining leaves flash and swish like a shoal of fish.

herb robert Rays of sunlight pierce the tumbling clouds, which are broken up and dispersed before sunset.

herb robert Herb Robert is still in flower by the causey stone path.

Richard Bell
Richard Bell,
wildlife illustrator

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