|The patch is very colourful at the moment, with swathes |
of Rosebay Willow Herb and Ragwort....
|.... an echo of the springtime|
Yellow and Purple colour-sheme, here, of Creeping
Buttercups and Northern Marsh Orchids
I've, personally, seen the same thing. During my Cheshire Garden days I regularly sat out in the garden to document the overhead migration of Meadow Pipits. As my 'season' started in mid September I saw very few Tree Pipits. Then one year I started in August, specifically to see if there were any 'Tripits' - there were...I started to record Tree Pipits.
Ok, this is a bit of stretch. There is, in fact, only a fanciful parallel here with the quantum world – I am verging on a willful misunderstanding of the physics. It's the kind of thing I would decry if a journalist did it to give him 'an angle’.
‘Mindfulness’ is all the rage at the moment - and who am I to stay off that bandwagon. I try to adopt mindfulness - to be ‘in the now’ - when on my patch walks.. However these musings keep on coming at me like a shark with knees (apologies to the Mighty Boosh).