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I took another stroll before breakfast today, once again armed with my macro lens. On a flower head in the walled garden I found a bee, starting the day in a…

Back in 2013 I met an exceptionally friendly ginger cat at Bishop Burton College. Every summer I’ve looked out for my feline friend but our paths haven’t…

I sneaked away to the walled garden this afternoon, partly to photograph it for the summer school photobook, but also so escape the hustle and bustle of the…

I always take a few minutes to visit the meerkats while I’m at Bishop Burton College – it’s such a pleasure to see their cheeky demeanour. One of the college…

I went for a brief stroll before breakfast this morning, in the knowledge that the weather was likely to turn for the worse later in the day. I never tire of…

My home for the coming week is Bishop Burton College, our venue for the Recorder Summer School. Knowing I’d have little free time later in the day I took a…

Earlier this week I discovered a family of Goldcrests gathered in a pine tree in the college grounds and I've been popping back at regularly intervals with…

Rain is a common occurrence in Yorkshire and today was no exception. Of course my free time coincided with the rain but that wasn't going to stop me getting…

Bishop Burton College is home to a huge menagerie of animals, many of them part of the college's outdoor animal management course. When I visited this morning…

I'm back at what feels like a second home this week - Bishop Burton College in Yorkshire. I knew I'd have a busy day setting up for the summer school today so I…

I finally made it into the walled gardens for a little wander this morning, although the gusty wind made any meaningful flower photography something of a…

It wouldn't be the Recorder Summer School if I didn't visit the college meerkats at some point during the week.  This afternoon they were rather reluctant to…

As I walked to breakfast this morning I noticed a flock of starlings perched on the power lines through a gap between two of the buildings.  They were…

Bishop Burton College, my home for this week, is also home to numerous species of exotic animals, who are cared for by students studying on the animal…
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