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Stardust by Alex Woodcock

The slab was the first thing in the van. A piece of Irish limestone about three feet by one foot by three inches thick. Probably the heaviest single thing I owned: I could just about lift it. I’ve moved enough times since carving it to know that it goes in first, sandwiched by double-thickness cardboard.…

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A rewilding diary by Emily Warner

Glen Affric in the throes of summer was a very different landscape to its April incarnation. Shades of orange and brown had been replaced by a spectrum of greens.

Still Point by David Inshaw

Robert Macfarlane on The South Country

the best way to think of The South Country, in fact, is as a dream-map – by which I mean an act of imaginative cartography, a chart of longing and loss projected onto actual terrain.

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