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A FILM ABOUT FORAGING IN FEBRUARY

Here’s a short/not so short film of me in a north London nature reserve, randomly waffling about wild plants and foraging…unrehearsed and unplanned, I was about to take a a photo of some tasty looking young hawthorn leaves and instead I ended up making this film, without taking a breath for about twenty minutes. Actually I quite enjoyed it and if anyone manages to watch the whole thing and/or respond favourably, I might make one each month. If I do I will remember to film the next one as a landscape rather than the less conventional portrait format, and I might even think about what I’m going to say beforehand, although that will probably spoil it.Click the photo to the watch the film………..Feedback and suggestions please.

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  • Kelly May 18, 2018, 10:38 am

    Wow! Thank you. Having discovered thee massive black locust trees out side my flat I’ve just become set on seeing what else is out there. I live very near to the Arsenal so I will investigate this space with my 9 year old son. Wonderful.

    • John May 21, 2018, 4:32 pm

      foraging with kids is brilliant fun…happy hunting, john

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