There’s something about March that is difficult to define…

It’s a classically liminal month. Not quite the end of winter; not quite the start of the spring. You can be knee deep in mud yet standing next to a clump of glorious crocuses.

When you get a good photograph, it’s to be celebrated … as they can be few and far between.

This shot isn’t great, but it’s colourful…. And the other foot was sinking in the mud.

Borran’s Park, Waterhead, near Ambleside.

©Stephen Tanham 2023

Stephen Tanham is a Director of the Silent Eye, a journey through the forest of personality to the dawn of Being. and

12 Comments on “Bench March

  1. Liminal’s the word, Steve. I also think of March as having such a lot of energy rushing about and not knowing what to do with itself. I like the photograph, you’ve managed a striking composition for your troubles with the mud. Crocuses are always a positive sign we’re heading in the right direction.

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