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This is Start Bay Devon. The view is looking down about half a mile from the lighthouse road so I was surprised how much detail I got. The seals were just a…

It’s been an exciting spring at Hatfield Forest, with some new additions to our flock of Hebridean sheep. This is the first time our ranger Ian has bred from…

I saw the first tiny new born lambs this week. Not this one. This is an old shot, but I thought I would put it up as a sign that Spring is nearly here, even for…

I’ve been following our village Facebook page recently as one of our local farmers has shared photos of the lambs being born to his flock of sheep. About a week…

Satan's Lair is located in the heart of the Black Rock Desert, Black Rock City, Nevada where an event is held every year known as Burning Man. The demonstration…

I wasn’t going to let the weather put me off my plans this morning so, despite heavy rainfall, I headed over to the Henry Moore Foundation to see what changes…

Every spring Home Farm, part of the Wimpole estate, opens its doors for visitors to come and watch their lambing season.   This year the sheep starting giving…

After a successful day’s conducting it was lovely to get out into the countryside in the Scottish Borders.  I'm staying with my friend Mary and she kindly took…

We have a lamb at least once or twice a year. Usually my wife pops it into the Showtime Rotisserie, but this time she left it up to me, and I threw it on the…

Everywhere you go there are many sheep grazing around the UK, as is probably the same in most countries. Have you ever studied the character and beauty of these…

We recently got given a young lamb from a friend of ours. We put a post into the ground and let him roam around while tied to it by a rope. We move him around…

I made a brief visit to Wimpole this afternoon, intending to photograph the flowers in the walled garden. However, my favourite photo of the afternoon came as…

During a walk around Much Hadham this afternoon I came across a field containing dozens of lambs, many of whom were scampering around in the spring sunshine. I…

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I could easily have spent today lounging around at home, catching up from last week's course and practising for the concert I'm playing in tomorrow, but I was…
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