Ouse Washes - From sombre to sunset

26th October 2016


I recently paid a couple of visits to Ouse Washes, a nature reserve managed by the RSPB, which houses two diversion channels from the River Great Ouse and is the largest area of frequently flooded (for an average of 22 days per year) grazing marsh in Britain.

My first visit was under a very bilious looking sky, full of fidgety, tumbling clouds which let through the odd ray of sunshine here and there, as if they were uneasy with the whole concept, and wished to hoard it for themselves.

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