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It’s been a while since I spent any time photographing insects, so I made them the focus of my attentions during a stroll through the gardens at Audley End.…

Since Audley End has reopened I’ve taken the liberty of booking a visit there each week, with the intention of following a different photographic path each time…

No other similarly sized area of our garden attracts a greater diversity and abundance of wildlife than the ponds. Some wildlife arrived with plants introduced…

As I rescued the trail camera from our garden this morning, I noticed a sleepy bumblebee on our buddleia bush. It was just beginning to wake up, moving slowly…

Flowering plants produce pollen and nectar which, singly or together, feed a web of life from the lowest invertebrates to the top bird and mammal predators.…

After yesterday’s monochrome pictures I opted for colour in a big way today, focusing my attentions on the vivid pink cosmos flowers in our garden. As I knelt…

We have lots of plants and flowers that attract bees and get half a dozen species visiting the garden. But the most common we get are the White-Tailed Bumblebee…

I recently bought a new memory card and extra battery for my camera, ready for our trip to Le Mans, I wanted to give them both a spin today, just to make sure…

After spending most of yesterday shooting with a pretty short focal length I took a longer view today. We went for a stroll around the gardens at Audley End…

I went on a mini safari in our garden this afternoon, seeking out whatever wildlife I could find. Beside our patio I spotted a garden spider tucking into its…

I sat in our garden for a short while this afternoon, enjoying the cooler weather. I’d hoped to photograph our bluetit family, who I’ve missed seeing while I…

These large, hairy bees are generally black with varying degrees of yellow banding. Look closely at flowering plants and you’ll probably spot several species.…
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