End of March visits have seen another super Moon (Worm Moon)
Extremely windy conditions meant that my overnight cyanotypes captured some movement as the wind whipped up the water and created little currents through the grass.
The days following the wind bought some unseasonably warm weather, lapwings are very vocal as the layers of sound immerse me when I walk around the moss.
The water has been so still at times it has acted as a mirror for the ever changing sky. The occasional pond skater or row of bubbles breaks the surface.
Anna and I have now installed 5 measuring rods in various positions around the moss. This will allow me to take regular readings of the peat as it swells and shrinks over the coming months.