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Winter frost in the fenlands of East Anglia. These areas of low-lying marsh with fertile soil support a diverse ecology of plants, insects and birds. Due to the wet nature of the ground these areas are generally undisturbed and often dominated by sedges and reeds, providing a secure habitat for small mammals and invertebrates. Native trees such as White willow Salix alba play an important role in holding soil together and preventing erosion with their long, penetrating roots.

Photograph by Ruth Grindrod

About Ruth Grindrod

Award-winning landscape photographer Ruth Grindrod is based in Norfolk and captures the ever-changing landscape through her camera. She explores remote regions, engaging with the landscape and reflecting its essence in her diverse prints.

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