A Summer Storm Over A Norfolk Wood

The dark and bulbous cloud bank rolled toward the wood like a series of breaking waves. The gunmetal texture in high contrast to the fields of ripe, yellow rape. Above the brimstone crop, swallows and swifts flew sorties amongst the storm flies and aphids trapped in the pressure front of the moist tsunami. The deep, … Continue reading A Summer Storm Over A Norfolk Wood

Morals and Ethics

(An extract from my second book, Airgun Fieldcraft) Where better to tackle this tricky subject than right at the beginning of a book about shooting? Over the years I have been constantly concerned, though never surprised, at my activities being challenged on moral grounds. I have thankfully maintained many friendships with folk, mainly urban folk, … Continue reading Morals and Ethics